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ED 7312: Leadership and Organizational Change: Home

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Workplace injustice among African American female -- faculty.

Evidence-based practice and faculty development --  higher education/professional development

My research topic is next gens in impact with a focus on feminism as the epistemology

Critical reflective practices developed through intergenerational dialogic learning.

Narratives -- Older Male Latino Migrant Workers from a Texas Border

I am looking at organizational learning and occupational safety. My research questions are as follows: What explanations do organizational leaders and safety practitioners offer for differences between their current theory and practice in safety and health? What theories and ideas inform decisions of organizational leaders and safety practitioners related to safety and health?

DEI Organizational Cultural Change and how that it is facilitated through organizational leadership knowledge exchange and whether it results in transformational learning.

African American women leadership in Higher Education

Experiences of women faculty in academic medicine, particularly those who are interested in participating in research

education of end of life through an auto-ethnography.

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