The College of Doctoral Studies wishes to thank all presenters for their professionalism and sharing of knowledge at this unique event.
The following is a list of presenters who have offered to share their conference powerpoints.
2021 Presenters Powerpoints
Patricia Akojie, Shawishi Haynes, Myrene Magabo, Margo Patterson, Rheanna Reed, Louise Underdahl and Tanyetta White- Promoting Industry Alignment Within EdD Curriculum Development:Best Practices
Christa Banton- Faculty Support During a Pandemic
Tina Bernard- Metacognitive Pedagogy Deficiency
June Cade, Francis Wardle, and Jan Otter-Quality Early Care and Learning: Exploring Child-Centered Pedagogy: A Qualitative Multi-Case Study
Ricahrd Bowman and Rosalie Lopez-Effective Educational Approaches Related to Generational Differences
Petula Brown and Frederick Lawrence-The Perceived Value of Alternative Credentials to the University of Phoenix
Cheryl Burleigh, Andrea Wilson, and Erik Bean- Public K-12 Education Response to Serving Special Education Students During COVID: A Content Analysis
Cheryl Burleigh, Patricia Steele, Maragaret Kroposki, Sherrye Smith and Dar Murray- Coaching of Higher Education Faculty:Qaulity and Timeliness of Feedback
June Cade, Francis Wardle and Jan Otter- Quality Early Care and Learning: Exploring Child-Centered Pedagogy A Qualitative Multi-Case Study
Jan Cardwell and Renee Green- Project 2021: Reimaging African American Women in Senior Level Leadership - post COVID 19
Miriam Frolow, Elizabeth Perry, and Joey Jackson - Religious Identification and Discrimination in the Workplace: An Exploratory Feasability Study
Tonya Hassell and Roxanne Williams-Triangulation Without Strangulation
Les Huffman and Steven Campas Jr.-Senior Ranking Police Officers, Perception of Evidence-Based Policing and Police Fatalities A Narrative Study
Norris Krueger- The New Normal-From Job Takers to Job Makers
Mansureh Kebritchi and team-Strategies for Enhancing Students’ Online Work Skills on the Post Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study
Stephanie Holden, Cathy Lalley- Cardiovascular disease and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM): A mixed-methods study
LauraAnn Migliore-Nolan and Erik Bean-Hindsight is 20/20: Prudent advice to self, if I knew then what I know now.
Jennifer Sagon-Taeza, Patricia Akojie, Susan Steele-Moses, and Louise Underdahl- The Value of History Curricula: An Exploratory Case Study
Jane Schumaker, India Brown, Zalika Etienne, and Robin Martin- Hear Our Voices