Understanding Financing Strategies that Low-income Undergraduate Students Can Utilize To Navigate Through Postsecondary Ed. Debt-free
This case study explores the financing strategies that low-income undergraduate students can utilize to navigate through their postsecondary education debt-free. The study will involve 12 participants from the University of North Dakota falling under the criteria of low-income undergraduate students in their senior level who have no student loans or the ones who will graduate with no student loan debt. The data will be collected through semi-structured interviews and observation methods. The findings of this research will enlighten the strategies that undergraduate students can utilize to finance their postsecondary education and graduate debt free.
Experiences and Perceptions of the Supervisory Relationship in BIPOC Health Service Psychology Dyads
Anna K. Nguyen, Genel Gronkowski, Andrew C. Lenway, Topaza Yu, and Rachel L. Navarro
Disability Support Services in Higher Education
The Struggles of Online Teaching: Strategies to Improve Online Teaching
The poster emphasizes the difficulty of online teaching, especially for first-time teachers, who may feel lost or overwhelmed by the content. The poster also aims to demonstrate that these struggles are common and that other teachers have found ways to improve their online teaching experience.
The College of Education & Human Development Research Conference is held annually on the first Thursday in April. This conference showcases the latest scholarship from CEHD faculty and graduate students. CEHD students and faculty interested in participating in future conferences can find more information on the CEHD Annual Research Conference website.
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