Networking the BayArea: Opening the Dialog to Promote ...
NETWORKING THE BAYAREA: OPENING THE DIALOG TO PROMOTE SCHOLARSHIP AMONG SAS STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND ALUMNI. Dr. Cheryl Burleigh University of Phoenix AGENDA Context Connections to Boyer SAS Networking The Bay Area Outreach Communication Participants Topics and Modality of Events Scheduled Events
Critical Questions CONTEXT Isolation and opportunities to collaborate Limited research opportunities Experience Proximity Identification of possible collaborators Understanding publishing process Finding a network of likeminded colleagues Role of the institution Research in a communal cultural setting Goal: Collective accomplishment CONNECTIONS TO BOYER
In Boyers (1990) model, integration and application of ones scholarship is essential to acquiring new knowledge based on previous academic coursework. Explore the vastness of scholarship by integrating ideas [and] connecting thought to action (Boyer, 1990, p. 77) The scholarly enterprise and shared experiences are the common threads which binds the individuals who participates in the network (Stobbe, Mishra & Macintyre, 2013). Developing and supporting a collective academic network is essential for the future of inspirational collaborations; thus, furthering scholarship of the participants and the University SAS NETWORKING THE BAY AREA
Background Inspired by San Diego Alumni program Other professional organizations and societies Purpose Bring together SAS students, alumni, and faculty in a collegial environment to support current doctoral students, academic research, collaboration, and scholarship with the goal of publishing seminal works Audience Comprehensively represents each of the University doctoral programs 154 active SAS students, 95 alumni and staff Invitation to all current SAS Students and Alumni Email
Survey Monkey SAS Student and Alumni San Francisco Bay Area Sacramento/Roseville Fresno Washington and Oregon OUTREACH COMMUNICATION In the future, Phoenix Connect PARTICIPANTS Bay Area Alumni and Current Students 90
Participants per Program 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 DBA DHA
DM & IST EdD Degree Programs Alumni Column1 HEA IO Nursing
PROGRAM START Regional Area 120 Number of Students 100 80 60 40 20 0 Year of Program Start Column2
Column3 Column4 Column5 Column6 2011-2003 ALUMNI Bay Area 60 50 Alumni
40 30 20 10 0 Column2 Year Program Completion Column3 Column4 Column5
Column6 TOPICS MODALITY OF PRESENTATIONS Based on results from initial survey and follow surveys Dissertation Basics and Success Tips and Tricks, Lessons Learned University and SAS Resources Research and Statistics Writing Process and Methods Changes within SAS program and processes: URM QRM, QRF Presenters solicited Modalities In person Via Conference call or call-in
WebEx 2017 SCHEDULE EVENTS February: Kickoff Event April: Dissertation Basics and Success (SAS Alumni) Tips and Tricks, Lessons Learned (SAS Student) May: SAS Tri-Campus Symposium
June: University and SAS Resources (SAS Academic Counselor) August: Research and Statistics (SAS Faculty) October: Writing Process and Methods (SAS Alumni and Student) December: Holiday Gathering
CRITICAL QUESTIONS How has the SAS Network in the Bay Area supported current SAS students and alumni? What collaborative research and/or publication activities occurred during the inaugural year of the Bay Area SAS Network? Has the collaboration effort helped ease stressors among current SAS students? How has the Network supported first year doctoral students in particular? What are the hot button topics or issues identified by SAS students? How can these topics be addressed and brought to the attention those who are change agents in Phoenix? How can the Bay Area SAS Network continue to expand and support regional doctoral students and alumni? How can this model be expanded to other campuses, both local and
QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS REFERENCES Bandura, A. (1986). Social foundations of thought and action: A social cognitive theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Boyer, E. L. (1990). Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate. New York, NY: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching with Jossey-Bass. Braxton, J., Luckey, W., & Helland, R. (2002). Institutionalizing a broader view of scholarship through Boyers Four Domains. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass. Gardner, H. (1999). Intelligence reframed: Multiple intelligences for the 21st century. New York, NY: Basic Books.
Stobbe M, Mishra, T, & Macintyre, G. (2013). Breaking the Ice and Forging Links: The Importance of Socializing in Research. PLOS Computational Biology, 9(11): e1003355. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003355 CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Cheryl Burleigh Associate Faculty, College of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Supervisor, College of Education Research Fellow-CPRE and Associate Faculty, School of Advanced Studies Certified Advanced Facilitator direct 925.997.0258 email [email protected]
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