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2012-13 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

2012-13 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 2012-13 recipients.

Jessica Effrig- $600.00

The Development of Attachment to the Therapist and Changes in Client Depressive Symptomology and Interpersonal Functioning: A Case-Based, Time-Series Approach

Rachel Frick Cardelle- $520.00

Community College Students and the Financial Aid Environment: How Can Community Colleges Improve Rates of Financial Aid Applications?

Carmen Gass- $600.00

Structure Strategy and Biblical Text

Edith Gnanadass- $600.00

The racial and cultural experience of South Americans in the United States of America

Michael Hannon- $600.00

Fatherhood Under (Re)Construction: An Analysis of Narratives of African-American Fathers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Emily Hodge- $600.00

College and Career Headiness for All? How Teachers Make Sense of the Common Core State Standards Across Tracks

Allison Lockard- $600.00

Helping Those Who Help Themselves: Does Counseling Enhance Retention?

Peter Mhando- $600.00

Gaps in Opportunity: Intra-District Non- Monetary Resource Allocation Differentials in Pennsylvania

Dana Naughton- $600.00

Learning Through Adoption: The Intercountry Adoption Experiences of Canadian and Dutch Adopters of US Children

Samuel Sennott- $600.00

The effects of empowering children with autism use the iPad to communicate during shared storybook reading

Patrick Sullivan- $600.00

Characterizing Understanding of Symbolic Feature-Noticing Across Different Levels of Algebra Experience