The Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research is excited to share the publication for a study by Research Fellow Dr. Walker Karraa and Research Chair Dr. Mark McCaslin.
We're pleased to announce that the proposal "International Codes of Ethics for K-12 Educators: A Hermeneutic Analysis" has been accepted.
Our recent webinar "University Library Resources for Writing and Literature Search" is now available on demand.
Featured Blog Posts
Using Secondary Data Sets in Research
by Louise Underdahl
As discussed during the August 2015 Research Content Area Meeting, faculty and student researchers are encouraged to consider public data sets as the basis for conducting data collection and analysis. Dunn et al. (2015) conclude that "secondary data analysis is an efficient, affordable, and effective approach to conducting nursing research" (p.
Nature in the Subway
by Ellen Daroszewski
Several national initiatives emphasize the ongoing need to structure the environment around us where we live, work, learn, and play (RWJF, 2014) to improve our health … what about where we commute as well, such as in the subway or on public transportation?
Startups and Job Creation
by Louis Daily
Startup America Doomed: Unless we “Scalerator” it.