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Six Drexel University Sacramento Ed.D. Students Defend Dissertations

SACRAMENTO, CA, June 11, 2013

In early June, Drexel University Sacramento hosted the Ed.D. Dissertation Oral Presentations of Jennifer Coleman, Melissa McManus, Davin Brown, David Garrison, Curtis Borton, and Emily Olivia.

The presentation portion of each defense was open to observers from the Drexel University faculty, student, and those invited by the candidate.

Jennifer Coleman A Phenomenological Study of the Knowledge Transfer and Succession Planning Experiences of Senior Leaders Retired from the California Community College System

Melissa McManus A Phenomenological Study of the Personal Journey of California Community College Faculty who Advance into Dean Positions.

Davin Brown A Phenomenological Study of African American Men Who Were Mentored While Pursuing their Bachelor's Degree at Historically White Colleges and Universities

David Garrison A Phenomenological Study of Parental Involvement and the Undergraduate College Student Experience

Curtis Borton Teacher Recognition and Attitudes Toward Student-on-Student Bullying

Emily Olivia Teacher Recognition and Attitudes Toward Student-on-Student Bullying