Cohort II Dissertations
On December 7, 2010, our second cohort of doctoral candidates presented their individual and group research results.
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Emerging Initiatives for Leadership Development
- Dr. Fadhilika Atiba-Weza, An Exploration of the Mentoring Experiences of African American Public School Superintendents in New York State
- Dr. Lori Caplan, The Role of Superintendent's Tenure on Student Achievement in Selected School Districts in New York State
- Dr. Sally Sharkey, The Use of Traits in the Superintendent Recruitment Process: The Perspective of Board Members and Search Consultants
Leading in a Time of Scarce Resources
- Dr. Nicole Eschler, Leading in a Time of Scarce Resources: Certification, Experience, and Perceived Competency of School Business Officials
- Dr. Maureen Long, A Study of the Factors Influencing Rural Districts Decisions About Academic Opportunities
- Dr. Jerome Steele, The Leadership Role of the Superintendent in a Time Of Change and Scarce Resources: A Qualitative Study of Three School District Reorganization Efforts
- Dr. Colleen Carroll, Technology Leadership Capacity: A Study of the Relationship Between School Administrators’ Perceptions and Experiences with Information Technology and Their Perceptions of Their Capacity to Successfully Implement the School District’s Technology Plan
- Dr. Tracy Ford, Elementary Principals’ Use of 21st Century Technology in Schools in New York State
- Dr. Darlene Westinghouse, Technology and the Changing Face of Education in the 21st Century : Are Education leadership Programs Preparing Future Leaders for this Change?
Leadership and School Climate
- Dr. Peter DeWitt, A Case Study of School Leaders Who Safeguard Sexually Diverse Students
- Dr. Mark Stratton, The Impact of New High School Principals on School Climate