Photo of Leanna Archambault (center), Medha Dalal (left), and Catharyn Shelton (right) at the SITE 2016 conference.

Ph.D. Doctoral Students (Chaired or Co-Chaired)

Hale, Annie (2020). Ph.D. in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology. Dissertation: Sustained Relevance Through Elegance: Redesigning Higher Education from Within. Current position: Executive Director, Action Lab at EdPlus, Arizona State University.

Delal, Medha (2019). Ph.D. in Learning, Literacies, and Technology. Dissertation: Interdisciplinary Engineering Education Research Collaborations: Exploring Ways of Thinking  using a Mixed Methods Approach. Current position: Assistant Research Professor and Associate Director of Scholarly Initiatives at the Learning and Teaching Hub in the Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University

Shelton, Catharyn (2018). Ph.D. in Learning, Literacies, and Technology. Dissertation: Online Teacherpreneurship: Shedding Light on the Practice, the Individuals who Pursue it, and the Impacts They Experience. Current position: Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University

Larson, Jean (2014). Ph.D. in Educational Technology, Demographics and Preparation Levels of K-12 Online Teachers. Dissertation: Demographics and Preparation Levels of K-12 Online Teachers. Current Position: Assistant Research Professor and Education Director, Arizona State University, Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics

Vargas Wright, Jenny (2018). Ph.D. in Educational Technology. Dissertation: Parents Caring, Sharing, and Learning Together Online: An Exploratory Look at Informal Learning via a Health- Related Support Group in Facebook. Current Position: Human Performance/Learning and Development Project Manager, Intel Corporation.

 Lewis, Carrie (2013). Ph.D. in Educational Technology. Dissertation: Preservice Teachers’ Ability to Identify Technology Standards: Does Curriculum Matter? Current Position: Instructional Designer, Minnesota State University

Ph.D. Doctoral Students (Committee Member)

Sabo, Kent (2013). Ph.D. in Educational Technology. Dissertation: A Mixed-Methods  Examination of Influences on the Shape and Malleability of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) in Graduate Teacher Education Students.

Shea, Jennifer (2013). Ph.D. in Educational Policy. Dissertation: Is It Really Up To Me?  Academic and Life Tensions for “Double First-Generation” College Students

Ongoing Mentorship of Doctoral Students (Chair)

Woo, Lauren (2021-present). Ph.D. in Learning, Literacies, and Technology

Ed.D. Doctoral Students (Committee Member)

Green, Emily (2022). Dissertation: Using Community of Inquiry to Increase Student Presence, Attitude, and Achievement of Active-Duty Service Member Students in Online Courses 

Hernandez, Lori (2022). Dissertation: A Blended Approach to Teacher Professional Development

Dawes, Scott (2019). Dissertation: Transfer of Training Aircraft Maintenance: Perceptions of Blended Learning Impact.

Edwards, Clea (2018). Dissertation: Supporting K-12 Online Learners: Developing a Mentorship Program

Romirowsky, Kelly. (2018). Dissertation: Mindfulness in Online Courses: A Mixed-Methods Research Study

Leake, Stephanie (2014). Dissertation: A Blended and Face-to-Face Comparison of Teacher Professional Development: What’s the Impact? 

Hargens, Taryl (2010). Dissertation: Individual Professional Development Plans: Cultivating Professional Growth

McMillie, Kyann (2010). Dissertation: Dancing in a Minefield: An Analysis of Turnaround Specialists in Arizona Schools.

Johnson, Lynda. (2010). Dissertation: Improving Rigor and Engagement Through Communities of Practice

Sanders, Karen (2010). Dissertation: Effective Online Teachers: Excellence in a Virtual Environment

Shough, Lori (2010). Dissertation: Standards-based Teacher Evaluation: A Professional  Development Tool for Improving Instruction

Williams, Nan. (2010). Dissertation: Professional Development for the Masses