OPWL students Jordy LePiane, Megan Kennedy, and Danielle Patterson each received an award from the recent Graduate Student Showcase where they presented a poster of their work:
Jordy LePiane (Faculty advisor: Yonnie Chyung), “Using Quantitative Methods to Assess Program Effectiveness” – Student Success Award
Megan Kennedy (Faculty advisor: Yonnie Chyung), “Evidence-Based Survey Design: Use of Ascending or Descending Order of Likert-Type Options” – College of Engineering Award
Danielle Patterson (Faculty advisor: Vicki Stieha), “Web 2.0 and DSMT’s to Increase Workforce Participation in Informal Learning” – College of Engineering Award
A total of 51 students (among 180 students who presented) received an award. Some additional info was announced here.
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