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Learning Space Design for the Ethnically Diverse Undergraduate Classroom

Published 2015
This pilot study was conducted to evaluate how space contributes to the learning outcomes of a demographically diverse class of students at Morgan State University, a Historically Black Institution.
Conference Presentations

Making an IMPACT!

Advancing Student-Centered Learning at Purdue University
Published 2014
Discussion will focus on the changing expectations for librarians, especially as instructional partners, the redesigning of library learning spaces to support instructional innovation, and elements necessary for developing a faculty learning community focused on enhancing student-centered learning.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Cultivating the Future of Graduate Education Locked

Factors Contributing to Salary for Recent Doctorate Degree Recipients
From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
Like any individual seeking to make a rational decision, doctoral students must decide if the benefits of earning this degree outweigh the costs.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Expanding College Completion Locked

The Challenge of Capacity
From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
It is important to ensure that our nation’s open-access colleges can operate at a level where they can provide seats at the higher education table for all who wish to attend.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A National Economic Case Statement for Community Colleges Locked

From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
Now more than ever the role of postsecondary education is to cultivate the nation’s human capital.
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