Student-Scholar Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer Marcy, HALE Alumna, receives Honorable Mention for CIES SIG 2020 Best Dissertation Award
The CIES Study Abroad & International Students Special Interest Group (SIG) Awards Committee selected Dr. Jennifer Marcy’s dissertation for the 2020 Best Dissertation Award, Honorable Mention.
Each year, the CIES Study Abroad & International Students SIG recognizes an outstanding doctoral dissertation that is aligned with their mission to create a professional network of researchers and practitioners working to understand the issues and challenges, as well as sharing best practices related to international student mobility, education abroad, and exchange programs globally. Dr. Marcy’s dissertation, “Exploring the Socialization and Transnational Social Fields of International Doctoral Scholarship Students: Experiences of African Agricultural Scientists,” seeks to understand the doctoral socialization and transnational experiences of sub-Saharan African doctoral students receiving scholarships from the U.S. government to pursue their doctoral degrees. The study investigates the convergence of the international student experience, doctoral student socialization, and the influences of the scholarship program. Using a qualitative inquiry research design, the study aims to give a voice to the scholarship students, providing a greater descriptive understanding of their experiences participating in the scholarship program, and their academic lives in the United States.
Dr. Marcy is a 2018 graduate of the Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education program and is a higher education scholar, educator, and practitioner.
Dr. Marilyn Amey Co-edits The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education
Dr. Marilyn Amey, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and Chairperson of the Department of Educational Administration, co-edited an encyclopedia focused on the study and influence of higher education on universities and global economies.
Dr. Leslie Gonzales and HALE Doctoral Candidates, Dana Kanhai and Kayon Hall, receive AERA - Division J 2019 Outstanding Publication Award
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) awarded Dr. Leslie D. Gonzales, Associate Professor, and doctoral candidates, Dana Kanhai and Kayon A. Hall the 2019 Division J Outstanding Publication Award for "Reimagining Organizational Theory"
Student-Scholar Spotlight: Makena Neal, Doctoral Candidate, Awarded the AAACE Graduate Student Leadership Award
In this month's student-scholar spotlight, we feature Makena Neal, Doctoral Candidate, who was awarded the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Graduate Student Leadership Award.