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Navigating academia: The importance of mentorship for doctoral students

As a doctoral student, attending AERA can be an overwhelming experience. The conference is massive and encompasses a wide range of educational research topics beyond one's specific area of interest. However, with the guidance and mentorship of a seasoned faculty member like JaNiece Elzy, EdD, the experience can be a valuable opportunity for learning and growth.

Advancing Early Childhood Education

Discover Margarita Cuervo's research in early childhood education. She is investigating the impact of instructional interactions on phonological awareness and vocabulary knowledge. 

Building strong relationships is key to successful doctoral programs

Discover the significance of establishing strong relationships in doctoral programs from the insights of Amy Burke, PhD. Learn how connections contribute to academic success and create a supportive environment throughout the program.

Literacy and Learning shines at national conference

Faculty and students from Literacy and Learning recently attended the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) Conference in Portland, Oregon.

Navigating the World of Academia

Lindsey Walker, a doctoral student in reading education, shares her experience attending an academic conference for the first time. Despite feeling overwhelmed, Walker navigated the conference and connected with researchers who shared her passions. Learn more about Walker's experience and the power of connecting with like-minded individuals in academia in her own words.

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