For anyone new to using our free research tool Survey Monkey, we wanted to share the following playlist created and curated by SurveyMonkey to help new users get started.
Komives, Wagner, and associates are in the process of producing the second edition of “Leadership for a Better World: Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development” and are seeking student stories related to the Social Change Model (view first edition here). This would be a great opportunity for students to have their leadership stories highligh
As we wrap up our second annual Call for Fellows, we’re excited to announce the newest additions to each of our Research Centers. Find the incoming fellows for your Research Center in your Center’s section, listed in alphabetical order below.
To meet the rest of our new fellows, check back in June!
Featured Blog Posts
Five Tips for Making the Most of Your Dissertation Committee
by Mark L. McCaslin
I was fortunate to have had Dr. John Creswell as my dissertation advisor. He was instructive on how to form a committee that “works.” By that, he meant that the committee works for the topic, works as a functional and integrated group, and works to aid the doctoral candidate in developing and improving as a scholar/practitioner/leader.
Faculty Scholarship and Mentorship
by Phyllis Carbonaro
Making the decision to create a scholarship poster for the annual University of Phoenix Research Symposium can be an exciting but challenging endeavor. Participants need not make the journey alone. Mentors are available to help faculty navigate the scholarship poster process.
CHR Research Fights Deadly Superbug at Root Cause of Multiple Deaths
by Louise Underdahl
Patients are increasingly developing antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections (i.e., “Superbugs”). These patients can develop a Superbug infection after undergoing endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), which is a widespread medical procedure used to combat certain diseases of the liver, bile ducts, and pancreas, including blockages, narrowing, stones, narrowing, and tumors.