Congratulations to these scholars in NACADA who have recently successfully defended their dissertations!
D’Oyley, Alicia – Bunker Hill Community College
D’Oyley, A. A. (2020). Leading transformative change: Redesigning Community College Advising Systems. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Regis College.
Defended on April 28, 2020.
Huffman Loyola, Dawn – University of California, Riverside
Huffman Loyola, D. (2020). The effect of department climate on student success for Women of Color in STEM graduate programs. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Maryville University.
Defended on April 1, 2020
Johns, Shantalea – Wayne State University
Johns., S. (2020). A mixed methods approach to understanding factors that impact faculty and staff to offer support to students with mental health concerns. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Wayne State University.
Defended on May 12, 2020
Knibbs, Locksley – Florida Gulf Coast University
Knibbs, L. (2020). Characteristics, attributes, and qualifications public institutions of higher education seek in presidential candidates. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Northwestern University.
Defended on March 12, 2020
Congratulations to two of our scholars in NACADA who won the NACADA Student Research Award! The Student Research Awards annually recognize research conducted during a Master’s, Ed.D., or Ph.D. program that significantly adds to the body of knowledge on academic advising.
Flores Lopez, Danielle M. – Michigan State University
Flores Lopez, D. M. (in progress) Latinx First-Generation Students and Advising at a PWI. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Michigan State University
Schultz, Shawn – Eastern Illinois University
Schultz, S. C. (2019). Academic advising in the Twitterfirst Century: A phenomenological study. (Order No. 13807253). [Doctoral dissertation, Illinois State University]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.