Events

The 2022 RSE Workshops

Date

Workshop Topic 

Focus 

Presenter(s), link

Jan 4, 2022

5-6 pm AZ Time

ILA 2022 Proposal Assistance Meeting

 

Description: This webinar helps the participants develop acceptable proposals for ILA 2022 conference.

Scholarship Development

Dr. Erik Bean

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January 15, 2022

(Saturday)

10 am AZ Time

CDS Student Coffee Chat:

On Saturday 1/15, we are discussing All Things DISSERTATION, including creating successes and navigating pitfalls within the dissertation writing process. 

Student Professional Development

CDS Student Coffee Chat Team

Registration

Jan 27, 2022 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Selecting the appropriate designs for your research

 

Description: This webinar provides an overview of research designs and how to select appropriate designs for your study.

Research Designs

Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi 

and Dr. Stella Smith 

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February 7

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Curtailing Bias in Research Studies

Description: This webinar provides an overview of identifying and mitigating research biases.

Scholarship Development

Dr. Erik Bean

Collaborate link   

 

Feb 17, CDS Alumni Webinar

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee  

Description: Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

Feb 24, 2022 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Tips for conducting interviews

 

Description: This workshop provides an overview of tips, issues, strategies, effective practices, and challenges for conducting interviews.    

Data Collection  

Dr. Jim Lane 

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March 10, 2022 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Multivariate statistics

Description: This workshop provides an overview of conducting Manova and Mancova statistical analyses. Issues and assumptions related to these analyses will be discussed. 

Data Analysis 

 Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

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March 17, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time  

 

 

Title: Introduction to heuristic research design

Description: This workshop introduces heuristic research design and how to use it in research.   

Research Design

Dr. Mark McCaslin  

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March 19, 2022

(Saturday)

9-10 AZ time

CDS Student Coffee Chat:

This Coffee Chat will ignite a discussion exploring time management and stress management for doctoral learners on how students effectively use various tools to help them during the doctoral journey.  Many learners are challenged during this process to balance their life (personal and professional), time, family, work space and academic pursuits. Come and discover new tools for success to reduce stress, manage time and master the doctoral journey.

Student Professional Development

CDS Student Coffee Chat Team

 

Registration

March 24, 2022

4-5 AZ Time

Title: Exploring Expectations of Doctoral Learners

Description: This session provides some of the stated and assumed guidelines for doctoral students to model in completing their doctoral studies to include their dissertation journey. The attributes of doctoral students include exhibiting professional language, behavior, and accountability. These attributes lead to their growth as Scholar- Practitioner-Leader and enable them to embrace and excel in each phase of the doctoral program by accepting progressive levels of accountability, responsibility, and academic rigor in writing their dissertation.

 
Student Professional Development

Dr. Sandra Sessoms-Penny

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March 31, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title:  Mastering the Art of Doctoral Thinking

Description:  This interactive session focuses on critical thinking and other skills necessary to succeed as a budding doctoral student.  The participants will engage in Socratic dialogue aimed at generating thoughts and reflections on the actions and behaviors needed to successfully progress throughout each stage of the doctoral journey.

 
 Student Professional Development

Dr. Kimberly Underwood

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April 16, 2022 (Saturday)

10-11 am AZ Time

Title:  Putting your APA Manual to Work - Part One

 

Description:  In part one of the APA interactive session, we will begin with an overview on the importance of applying APA guidelines to academic work in a university environment.  Additionally, the workshop  provides the opportunity to discuss specific chapters of the APA manual.  Specifically we will focus on ethical, legal, and professional standards in publishing, paper elements and format, journal article reporting standards, writing style and grammar, bias-free language and the mechanics of style.  The workshop concludes with a discussion on plagiarism, how to recognize it, and how to recover from it.

 
Academic Writing Series

Dr. Bobbie Murray

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April 21, 2022 

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Sample size for qualitative designs.

Description: How to identify proper sample size for various qualitative designs.

Research Design  

 Dr. Stella Smith

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April 23, 2022

(Saturday)

10-11 am AZ Time

Title:  Putting your APA Manual to Work - Part Two

Description: In part two of the APA interactive session, we will continue with an overview on the importance of applying APA guidelines to academic work in a university environment.  Additionally, the session  provides the opportunity to discuss specific chapters of the APA manual.  Specifically, we will focus on tables and figures, works cited in the text, the reference list, reference examples, legal references, and the publication process.

 
Academic Writing Series

Dr. Bobbie Murray

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­­April 28, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Quantitative Correlation Analysis

Description: This workshop provides an overview of how to analyze a correlation research design.

Data Analysis 

 Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

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May 12, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title:  Academic Writing 101: Write Right   

Description:  Writing in the academic environment requires an attention to grammar and precision.  The mechanics of style in writing are the rules that must be followed when preparing written documents in the academic environment.  An attention to the mechanics of style allows research strategies and formatting to become systematic and consistent across all written work.  This interactive session will focus on punctuation, paragraph formation, capitalization, abbreviations, numbers, and statistics in text.  Participants will focus on how academic writing differs from other types of writing and why the use of colloquialisms, jargon, chiches, and anthropomorphisms are not allowed.

 
Academic Writing Series

Drs. Joy Taylor, Roxanne Taylor, and Sandra Sessoms-Penny

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May 19, 2022 CDS Alumni Webinar

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee   

Description: Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

May 26, 2022

4-5 PM AZ Time

Title: Moving Your General Topic to a Researchable Problem

Description: This interactive session is designed to assist students with the process of developing ideas around topics related to their programs into researchable problem statements. Students are encouraged to bring ideas for development within guided development activities.

 
Research Design

Dr. Kimberly Underwood

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May 31, 2022 

4-5 pm AZ Time 

 

Title: Academic Blogging Part I-

 

Description: Blogging is an art form all it's own. But blogging for anyone and blogging with an evidence-based academic approach are two different things. Learn the basics from Dr. Luster who blogs for Psychology Today.

Scholarship Development

Dr. Rodney Luster 

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June 9, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title:  The Art of Academic Writing: Mastering the Art of Writing Like a Scholar

Description:  A writing session designed to introduce students to the practice of writing for academic purposes. It will prepare students for work in doctoral courses in which research writing is a requirement and introduces basic research writing skills including: synthesizing, paraphrase, summarizing, direct quotations, and critical thinking.

Academic Writing Series

Dr. Joy Taylar

Collaborate link

June 16, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time 

 

Title: Different types of Delphi

Description:  This workshop provides an overview of Real time Delphi and Quantitative Delphi.  

Research Design  

 Dr. Phil Davidson 

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June 30, 2022

 

4-5 pm AZ Time

 

 

 

Title: Synthesizing: How to Make Sense of the Literature

Description: This session details how to sort articles by themes or categories in preparation for writing your literature review; show how the articles relate to one another (through comparisons and contrasts); reveals how each article makes its own point about the topic and finally, how each article establishes its own argument or subargument.

Academic Writing Series

 

Dr. Sandra Sessoms-Penny

Collaborate link  

 

July 7, 2022

 

4-5 pm AZ Time

 

 

 

Title:  What Do You Mean “Revise”? Embracing Faculty Feedback

Description: This session focuses on how doctoral learners should implement faculty feedback to promote rigor and quality in their course work and in developing the prospectus, precis, proposal and dissertation. The goal of the feedback is to guide doctoral students in developing the academic, research, and writing skills that enhance leaders and researchers throughout the doctoral journey. The Change Matrix is a tool designed to help doctoral learners throughout each stage of the dissertation writing process to capture the essence of writing and revising in response to the feedback presented by the committee. 

Academic Writing Series 

 

 

Drs. Joy Taylor and Sandra Sessoms-Penny

 

Collaborate link   

 

 

 

 

 

July 14, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time

 

 

Title: Repeated measures as research design and Repeated measures (Bonferroni vs Tukey's)

Description: This workshop provides an overview of how to analyze a repeated measure research design.

 

 
Research Design 

Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

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July 21, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Data saturation

Description: This workshop provides an overview of issues, strategies, effective practices for data saturation. 

 
 
Data Collection  

Dr. Karen Johnson 

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Aug 11, 2022  

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Overview of how to analyze logistic regression.   

Description: This workshop provides an overview of how to analyze a logistic regression.

Data Analysis  

Dr. Frederick Lawrence

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Aug 18, CDS Alumni Webinar

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee    

Description: Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

Aug 25, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Academic Blogging Part II

 

Description: Blogging for the Hub and supporting your writing and scholarship within the research hub

Scholarship Development

Dr. Rodney Luster

Collaborate link   

Sept 23, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Policy Delphi Method

 

Description: This workshop provides an overview of conducting Policy Delphi Method. Effective practices, issues, and challenges related to this design will be discussed

 Data Analysis  

Dr. Phil Davidson

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Oct 28, 2022

4-5 pm AZ Time 

Title: Case studies & Triangulation

Description: Explanation of finishing step of bringing together all the types of data analysis for a conclusion in a case study.

Research Design 

 

 Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi

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Nov 10, 2022

5-6 pm AZ Time  

 

Title: Humility receiving feedback, progressing through dissertation process

Description: Explanation of how to accept and incorporate feedback for dissertation enhancement  

Scholarship Development  

Dr. Karen Johnson

Collaborate link   

Nov 17, 2022 CDS Alumni Webinar

5-6 pm AZ Time 

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Career support Description: Join this webinar to learn about UOPX support for career development. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

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