We are excited to share the news that 15 authors have recently notified us of their manuscript’s publication following their involvement in the Dissertation to Publication Workshop:
A scientific study by Dr. Darcia Roache has been accepted by the Teacher Education eJournal.
The 2019 article titled, “The competitive advantages of doctoral learners obtaining degrees in educational administration: An exploration of knowledge, marketability, and comparative advantage in the international marketplace” was a result of the author’s hard work and dedication in the Spring 2019 (Jan to May) Dissertation to Publication Workshop. A special congratulations is also in order to the team of workshop reviewers: Dr. Elizabeth Johnston, Dr. Louise Underdahl, Dr. Jim Lane, Dr. Sandy Nunn, Dr. Debbie Ritter Williams, Dr. Ryan Rominger, Dr. David Proudfoot, Dr. Rita Hartman, Dr. Patricia D’Urso, and Dr. Andrew Lawlor for assisting in the development of their team’s manuscript in the workshop.
The Teacher Education eJournal is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal which utilizes two peer reviewers to analyze the paper in order to recommend a decision for publication. The reviewers found the study to be of great interest to the field and made recommendations that ultimately contributed to the editorial board’s decision of publishing the article. We are extremely proud of Dr. Roache's scholarly accomplishments and are honored for her to represent the University of Phoenix and the Dissertation to Publication Workshop.
Roache, D. (2019). The competitive advantages of doctoral learners obtaining degrees in educational administration: An exploration of knowledge, marketability, and comparative advantage in the international marketplace. Teacher Education eJournal 16(2).
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