Summit 2022 Day 3 Schedule

Welcome to Day 2 of the KWB Annual Research Summit! All the events and presenters are listed here. All event times are recorded in Phoenix AZ time on this page (please keep this in mind if your presenting). If you are in any other time zone, then please coordinate the time listed here with your own time zone. You may also use the clock below to see real-time current Phoenix time. We hope you enjoy the days events!


Summit Day 3 - Saturday, October 15, 2022






10:00 AM - 10:10 AM


Rodney Luster


Opening and event introduction

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM


Hinrich Eylers and Mansureh Kebritchi


Dissertation of the Year Awards Opening

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM



Sai Raghav

Dissertation of the Year Doctor of Management Winner

Coaching-Style Leadership's Role in the Change Management Process in Mechanalistically Structured Organizations - A Narrative Inquiry Study

Chair: John Sienrukos

Ph.D, Committee members: Mark McCaslin, Ph.D., Marcia Hill, Ph.D.

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM



Lyn Shela Heck

Dissertation of the Year Doctor of Education Winner

Experiences Managing Change in Postsecondary Theatre Arts Curricula: A Narrative Inquiry Study in Leadership

Chair: Robert F Amason, Jr.

Ph.D. Committee members: Mary Stout, EdD, Regina Fletcher Sadono, Ph.D.

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM



Lee Ann Wright Smith

Dissertation of the Year Doctor of Health Administration Winner

Qualitative Multi Key Study Nurses Perceptions and Experiences with Point of Use Supply Automation

Chair: Cheryl Anderson

Ph.D. Committee members: Rebecca Back-Little, Ph.D., James Connelly, Ph.D.

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM



Frank Druse

Dissertation of the Year Doctor of Nursing Winner

The Lived Experiences of New Graduate Nurses During the Covid 19 Pandemic: a Phenomenological Study

Chair: Anne Brett, Ph.D.

Committee members: Susan Steele-Moses, DNS, Charlene Romer, Ph.D.

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM


Rodney Luster


Q/A Session with award winners

11:45 AM - 11:50 AM


Rodney Luster



12:00 PM - 1:20 PM




Block 6 Sessions Begin


Room 16

 Michelle Reeves

Roberto Lopez

The Effects of Micromanagement on Employees and Organizational Outcomes


Room 16


Audrey Neylon and Daniel Smith

The Detection of Fraudulent Medicare Claims in a Timely Manner: A Delphi Study


Room 16


Lucinda Hines and Daniel Smith

Healthcare Professionals' Perceptions of Educating Patients on Value-Based Healthcare: An Exploratory Case Study


Room 17

Henry Cooper

Mark Weiss

Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors of Firefighters: A Quantitative Descriptive Study


Room 17



Renata Walton

Exploring Reverse Mentoring to Prepare Millennials For Leadership Within Janssen Scientific Affairs: An Appreciative Inquiry


Room 17


Charles Elliott, the chair

Presenting on behalf of Rayshawn Harris, the student

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

The Intrapersonal Conflicts of African American Women Seeking Mental Health Services: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study


Room 18

Mansureh Kebritchi

Tiffany Brooks

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

Examining The Tenant Screening And Selection Process in the Rental Market Through Cybervetting: A Quantitative Delphi


Room 18


Joanne Principe

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

Investigating Leadership and Human-Intelligences During Public-Sector Organizational Change: A Mixed Methods Study


Room 18


Zipporah Nyangwechi

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

Perceptions of the Strategies for Curbing Examination Cheating in Higher Education in Kenya: A Case Study


Room 19

Erik Bean

Brandette Morse

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

Information Literacy and College Student Retention: A Correlational Study


Room 19


Gloria Littlemouse

Dissertation of the Year Nominated

Lived Experience of an ICU Nurse Caring for a Covid-19 Patient: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study


Room 19


Juana Lang

Teachers' Job Demands and Job Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

1:20 PM - Close


Rodney Luster