Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Higher Education Presentations

American Education Research Association
Washington, D.C. – April 8-12, 2016

Lee Flood, Graduate Research Assistant, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Alex Oldham, Doctoral Student, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Terry Ishitani, PhD, Associate Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

“Multilevel Analysis of Organizational Factors Impacting Postsecondary Enrollment of English Language Learners” (Poster Presentation)

Alex Oldham, Doctoral Student, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Lee Flood, Graduate Research Assistant, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Terry Ishitani, PhD, Associate Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

“Multilevel analysis of the relationship between PSE and High School Scheduling” (Scholarly Paper Presentation)

Terry Ishitani, PhD, Associate Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

“Exploring longitudinal college persistence behavior among first-generation students: Time-varying effects of academic and social integration” (Scholarly Paper Presentation)

Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference
Columbus OH – November 10-12, 2017

Courtney L. Luedke, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Gresham D. Collum, Doctoral Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jamila Lee-Johnson, Doctoral Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dorian L. McCoy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

 Reexamining cultural wealth and capital from diverse perspectives connecting identity with research: Socializing Students of Color towards seeing themselves as scholars. (Scholarly paper)

Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dorian L. McCoy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Jamila Lee-Johnson, Doctoral Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 Assets based orientations of capital formation and utilization amongst Black students in college creating porous ivory towers: Two way socialization processes that embrace Black Students. (Scholarly paper)

Florida Statewide Urban Male Institute – “LEAD Where You Are!”
Florida Atlantic University

Boca Raton, FL – October 22, 2016

Dorian L. McCoy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

Leading Today for Tomorrow: Navigating my Present to See my Future – Closing Keynote Speaker

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