In the child care setting, do social skills rate differently between 4-year-olds enrolled in play-based preschools when compared to those in academic-based preschools? One Ed.D. in Leadership student is determined to find out.
‘We can have a better life’: Public health alumnus recalls own American journey, works in fight against COVID-19
Okash Haybe ’19 arrived in the U.S. as a wide-eyed 18-year-old. Now, 15 years later, he is working among his Somali community members as a case investigator in the fight against COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given new perspectives to alumni of the M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology online program as they navigate the new normal of remote teaching.
Keeping the peace: Doctoral counseling psychology student to build training modules for trauma management on international scale
Karen Spencer M’19 has always been interested in international affairs, having done several study abroad trips during her undergraduate studies. A trip to a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana in 2004, though, helped galvanize her professional passions and her future studies.
One of the first things Jesse Moonen M’16, D’19 (she/her) shares with someone she’s first meeting is her preferred pronouns. To her, it’s important to give people a voice, especially the marginalized. In her work as a post-doctoral fellow, the marginalized are often transgender clients, which is why she decided to focus her dissertation on the subject.
As Paul Kotz, Ph.D.,found out, grace can appear in very odd places, like at a table inside a dumpster in Kansas City.