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2011-12 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

2011-12 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

Graduate student Dissertation Research Initiation Grants for College of Education doctoral students at University Park are offered each fall and spring semester through the generosity of the Office of the Dean of the College of Education. Students must be at the dissertation level to apply. Below are the 2011-12 recipients.

Jessica Arends- $600.00

Faculty Reflection Study

Peter Buckland- $290.00

Policy Entrepreneur's Environmental Identities in Sustainability Education Policy

Michael Chesnut- $600.00

Exploring the Experiences and Meaning Making of Foreign English Teachers in South Korea

Emily Crawford- $600.00

What Makes Sense?: How Educators Make Sense of Contexts Involving Immigration and Customs Enforcement at School

Wen-Min Hsieh- $600.00

An exploration study of L2 teachers' pedagogical decisions on technology activities

Rodney Hughes- $300.00

Essays on Enrollment Matching and Associated Higher Education Outcomes

Keiwana Jones- $600.00

Black Greek-Lettered Organizations: A Legacy of African American Adult Education

Junghwan Kim- $600.00

Empowering Community Leadership and Learning: A Socio-Cultural Investigation of Activities in an Urban Korean-American Community Organization

Andrew Koricich- $330.00

Community Effects on Postsecondary Education Attendance, Choice, and Completion Among Rural American Students

Tiffanie Lewis- $600.00

Principals' Perspectives on Automnomy in NYC Schools

Michelle Salopek- $600.00

Influence of Ethics Training on Moral Reasoning among Pre-Service Education and Social Work Students

Victor Sensenig- $600.00

Libraries and Literacy from an Ecological Perspective

Nalova Westbrook- $600.00

Tensions of Teaching Media Literacy in Teacher Education

Travis York- $600.00

Exploring Service-Learning Outcomes and Experiences for Low-Income, First-Generation College Students: A Mixed-Methods Approach