The Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies’ Relevant Research Roundtable (R3) series offers research presentations and graduate student development sessions throughout the academic year. The research sessions, where faculty (departmental, college and university) and advanced graduate students present their latest research, are intended to build a culture of scholarly inquiry and engagement. The graduate student development sessions, hosted by departmental faculty, are designed to assist students in various aspects of graduate studies and career development. Sessions are live-streamed for remote viewing and recorded for later viewing.
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FALL 2020 SCHEDULE
1:30-2:30 PM (EST) VIA ZOOM
Save the dates below for the Fall 2020 R3 series! Click here to register.
- September 30
- October 15
- October 28
- November 18
9/30 - “A Black Feminist Approach to Graduate Advising”
“A Black Feminist Approach to Graduate Advising” featuring Dr. Tamara Bertrand Jones and Brittany Brewster
10/15 - "Decolonizing Our Learning"
Decolonizing Our Learning Panel
- Antonio Cuyler- Associate Professor of Arts Administration & MA Program Director, Art Education Department
- Marcia Porter- Professor of Voice, College of Music
- Delia Poey- Professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics
- Jessica Wendorf Muhamad- Assistant Professor & Director, PEAKS Research Laboratory, Associate Director, Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication
- Leslie Richardson- Director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching
10/28 - "Feedback: The Importance of Interpreting and Giving Constructive Feedback"
Feedback: The Importance of Interpreting and Giving Constructive Feedback
Dr. Dannelle Stevens, Professor Emerita, Portland State University
This session is co-hosted with the Text and Academic Authors Association.
Your Registration Includes a TAA Membership
This presentation includes an FSU Institutional Membership to Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA), a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to helping academic authors thrive. The first 50 ELPS student registrants will receive a one-year TAA membership.
11/18 - "Human Inquiry Is Not Free From Human Influence: Positionality Matters"
"Human Inquiry Is Not Free From Human Influence: Positionality Matters"
Dr. Kakali Bhattacharya is a multiple award-winning professor at University of Florida housed in Research, Evaluation, and Measurement Program. She is the 2018 winner of AERA’s Mid-Career Scholar of Color Award and the 2018 winner of AERA’s Mentoring Award from Division G: Social Context of Education. Her co-authored text with Kent Gillen, Power, Race, and Higher Education: A Cross-Cultural Parallel Narrative has won a 2017 Outstanding Publication Award from AERA (SIG 168) and a 2018 Outstanding Book Award from International Congress of Qualitative Research. She is recognized by Diverse magazine as one of the top 25 women in higher education.
Spring 2021 SCHEDULE
Save the dates below for the Spring 2021 R3 series! More information coming soon.
- January 20
- February 3
- February 17
- March 3
1/20 - "In a Good Way: Collaborative and Decolonial Methodologies"
"In a Good Way: Collaborative and Decolonial Methodologies" with Dr. Kristin L. Dowell, FSU Art History, Associate Professor of Contemporary Native American Art & Film, and Director of Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies