CREATE 2019 Graduate Student Committee Service Project
The CREATE Graduate Student Committee is hosting its second-annual community service project at the 28th Annual CREATE Conference in High Point, NC.
This community service project will benefit a school in North Carolina: Fairview Elementary School in Fairview, NC.
Above: International Community School students enjoying their new books from last year's project! Thank you to everyone who donated last year.
Graduate Student Poster Session Presenters at CREATE 2019
Building Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy (ESE): How Undergraduate Students Make Meaning of Their Entrepreneurial Experiences
Amy Kurfist – Old Dominion University
Opening Eyes to What They Don’t Know: Talking about Race with White Preservice Teachers
Stacy Martin – Winthrop University
An Investigation of International Student Orientation on Student-Perceived Academic Success and Social Integration in a Southeastern University
Vidah Otieno – High Point University
How School Leaders, Teachers, and Black Girls Experience the Return to School Following Suspension
Natasha Saunders – George Washington University
A System of IEP Creation and Implementation for Adjudicated YouthJessica Shupik – George Washington University
How Current School Leaders Describe Their Awareness of Social Justice Issues
Teresa Warner – University of North Carolina Wilmington
CREATE offers Graduate Student Scholarships for students who present at the CREATE conference. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship to cover your registration fee, complete this application.
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