Doctoral students from The Adrian Dominican School of Education’s doctoral course HSE-706: Advanced Qualitative Methods recently completed an anthology of their final research projects with a book celebration.
The students are a part of Qualitative Collaborations, a university-based multidisciplinary group of doctoral students. Their purpose is to expand the knowledge of their field through qualitative research projects. With the inherent goal of sharing their work beyond the perimeters of the classroom wall, “Exploring Meanings and Discovering Truths: An Anthology of Qualitative Inquiry” was published.
Student's research included:
- Associate and Diploma Degree Nurses: their Perceptions toward BSN Requirements by Ann Maria Allen
- The Transformation of Two Cities: Stories of Professional Identity Reconstruction in Teachers by Stephanie E. Auguste
- Veteran Teachers’ Stance on Response to Intervention: A Phenomenological Inquiry by Michelle Aznarez
- Women’s Identity Constructions in Relation to Undergoing Cosmetic Surgery: A Phenomenological Inquiry by Lisa Bailey
- How Do Primary Teachers Make Assessment Decisions For English Language Learners and Their Experiences? by Dalia Garcia
- A Phenomenological Inquiry: Parental Journeys through the Lives of Children with Autism by Kristen Falepaini
- Parents Views on the Impact of Inclusion on Their Nondisabled Child by Jennifer Mirabal
- The Evolution of Nurses’ Spirituality through Hospice Care by Remy Nelson
- Juvenile Fathers: A Perception of Fatherhood and Identity Development by Shaquwandrea A. Simmons
To celebrate this accomplishment the PhD students enrolled in the course held a book celebration at Barry University on Friday, April 12 in the Gato Gallery.