Showcasing Education Research

The School of
Education will be holding its annual doctoral student poster session
on research in educational leadership May 1 at 5PM in the Hagedorn Hall lobby.

Twelve third-year doctoral students in
the Educational
Leadership and Policy Studies program will present the
results of the pilot studies they have conducted for their qualitative research
sequence this year. The topics focus on issues of importance to educational
leaders in K-12 schools and school districts, as well as in higher education
institutions.

For many of the students presenting, this will be the last course
they take before moving onto oral exams and the dissertation proposal.

“This poster session is an
important milestone for doctoral students in the program,” said Dr. Rebecca
Natow, assistant professor of educational leadership and policy in
the Department of Specialized Programs in Education. “It gives students an
opportunity to present their pilot study research to the Hofstra community, to
receive feedback on and answer questions about their work, and to reflect on
how their research topics may evolve into dissertation topics.”

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