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2012 Ph.D. Graduates

Twenty two Ph.D. graduates, their dissertation chairs and co-chairs celebrated at the College of Education and Human Services annual PH.D. Graduates Dinner.


Ph.D. Graduates (and Dissertation Chairs)

  • Kadi Bliss - Department of Health Education (Dr. Roberta Ogletree) “Health Educators as a Think Tank: Recommendations to Improve Health Care Reform Proposals and Potential Roles for the Profession”
  • Nicholas Cioe – Rehabilitation Institute (Dr. Thomas Upton) “Factors Influencing Post-Acute Brain Injury Rehabilitation Treatment Outcome”
  • Shannon Clapsaddle - Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. Marla Mallette) “From At-Risk Literacy Labels to Resilient Identity Portrayals: Adolescents Fostering Hope within Their Dreams, Fights, and Adaptations”
  • Derrick Crow - Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. Deborah Seltzer-Kelly and Dr. John McIntyre) “You’re There in the Time Slip: A Hermeneutic Exploration of Aesthetic Experience in Musicking through the Lens of Mihalyi Csikzentmihalyi’s Flow State Theory”
  • Bryan Dallas – Rehabilitation Institute (Dr. Thomas Upton) “Attitudes of Teaching Faculty Toward Inclusive Teaching Strategies at a Midwestern University”
  • Jon Davey - Department of Workforce Education and Development (Dr. Bob Putnam) “A Theoretical Model of Learning Employing Constructivism, Neuroscience, and Phenomenology: Constructivist Neurophenomenology”
  • Mallory Gary - Department of Health Education (Dr. Joyce Fetro) “Family Attitudes, Beliefs, and Practices Facilitating a Sense of Purpose in Black American Children and Youth: A Grounded Theory” • Karima Hana-Meksem - Department of Workforce Education and Development (Dr. Beth Freeburg) “How Stereotypes Influence the Hiring of Muslim Women in the United States”
  • Karima Hana-Meksem - Department of Workforce Education and Development (Dr. Beth Freeburg) "How Sterotypes Influence the Hiring of Muslim Women in the United States"
  • Sandra Hardy – Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. John McIntyre) “Constructing Exemplary Practice in the Teaching of Writing and Professional English Language Arts Standards: Implications for Novice Special Education Teachers”
  • Heather Hudson – Department of Health Education (Dr. Joyce Fetro) “Factors Affecting Sexting Behaviors among Selected Undergraduate Students”
  • Sharon Johnson – Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education (Dr. Kathy Hytten) “An examination of Educators’ Perceptions of the School’s Role in the Prevention of Childhood Obesity” • Joanna Hwakyoung Lee – Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. Susan Pearlman) “Analysis of the Relationship between Pre-Kindergarten Children’s Drawing and Language”
  • Joanna Hwakyoung Lee - Department of Curriculum and Instructions (Dr. Susan Pearlman) "Analysis of the Relationship between Pre-Kindergarten Children's Drawing and Language"
  • Tracy Matthews – Department of Workforce Education and Development (Dr. Barbara Hagler) “Women and Work: A Focused Examination of Female Contributions to the Army Nurse Corps Within the American Military During the Second World War”
  • Lea Maue – Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. Marla Mallette) “Perceptions of Persistence: Why Underprepared Community College Students are not Persisting”
  • Simeon Mbewe – Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Dr. Frackson Mumba and Dr. Kevin Wise) “Middle School Science Teachers’ Familiarity with, Interest in, Performance on, Conceptual and Pedagogical Knowledge of Light”
  • Marissa McKee – Rehabilitation Institute (Dr. Shane Koch) “Identifying Competencies of AODA Clinical Supervisors for Integration into Rehabilitation Counselor Training Curriculum: A Delphi Study”
  • Ann Melvin – Rehabilitation Institute (Dr. Shane Koch) “Employment as a Predictor of Substance Abuse Treatment Completion” • Dawn Null – Department of Health Education (Dr. Kathleen Welshimer) “A Study of Living and Working on the Towboat: What are the Health and Nutrition Implications?”
  • Dawn Null - Department of Health Education (Dr. Kathleen Welshimer) "A Study of Living and Working on the Towboat: What are the Health and Nutrition Implications?"
  • Asher Pimpleton – Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education (Dr. Muthoni Kimemia and Dr. Kim Asner-Self) “Exploring Self-Efficacy and Locus of Control as Risk Factors in Sexual Decision Making for African American Women”
  • Keith Reinhardt – Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education (Dr. Patrick Dilley) “Perceptions of Faculty Association Leaders: Roles and Essential Skills” • Todd Sigler – Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education (Dr. Kathy Hytten) “Collective Behavior and Campus Public Order Policing: A Qualitative Study of Mixed-Issue Campus Disturbances at Three Midwest Public Universities”
  • Todd Sigler - Department of Eudcational Administration and Higher Education (Dr. Kathy Hytten) "Collective Behavior and Campus Public Order Policing: A Qualitative Study of Mixed-Issue Campus Disturbance at Three Midwest Public Universities"
  • Heath Stevens – Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education (Dr. Lyle White) “The Relationship among Overexcitability, Social Coping, and Body Image Dissatisfaction: Implications for Gifted Adolescents”