Current theses and dissertations from Rowan University graduate programs are submitted electronically to Rowan Global Learning & Partnerships and are usually available in this institutional repository within a few weeks of submission. Theses and dissertations submitted between 2010 and 2015 have been migrated from the library’s previous digital archives and are available here.

As of 9/29/16, theses and dissertations produced between 1996 and 2010 have been scanned and uploaded. If you are the author of a Rowan University (or Glassboro State College) thesis or dissertation produced before 2010, and you do not want your document to be publicly available in Rowan Digital Works, you must complete and submit this form to request its removal from the repository.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Scratching the surface or digging deeper: an exploration of students' attitudes toward their ethnic identity and cultural proficiency among undergraduate students at Rowan University, Danielle Simcic

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Socioeconomic status and its relationship to educational resources, Christene M. Sledge

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An exploration of student anxiety and the degree of ABA services, Alexis Stavros

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What motivates reluctant male readers?, Cheryl Ann Tartaglione

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The effects of culturally responsive instruction and multicultural texts to support fifth grade struggling readers in an RtI Tier 2 classroom, Dana Marie Teague

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Comparing the effectiveness of two verbal problem solving strategies: Solve It! and CUBES, Margaret Tibbitt

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Encouraging professional competency development of higher education administration graduate students through supervised student affairs practice, Andrew S. Tinnin

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The effects of Orton Gillingham instructional techniques during small group instruction, Kathleen Tiver

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National Association of School Psychologists approved programs applying for Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Karly Trovarelli

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Influence of mentors of female development among higher education administrative professionals, Courtney Van Leuvan

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A critical discourse analysis of strategies for change in New Jersey’s teacher evaluations: How principals make meaning of the Danielson Framework for Teaching, Sara Jane Van Ness

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The United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) and medical student wellness: an ethnographic qualitative study at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Patricia Davis Vanston

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Exploring my leadership practice in connection to the support system for second- to fourth-year non-tenured teachers, Joseph Patrick Vespignani

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Effectiveness of 1:1 technology in the science classroom, Courtney Tara Weiss

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Will it change their reflection? A culturally responsive reaction to literacy failures, Idalis J. Williams

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Does daily therapeutic intervention within a controlled environment reduce chronic disruptive behavior for a second grader with ADHD?, Lisa M. Wright

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Enhancing engagement of students with invisible disabilities: Rowan University faculty knowledge and awareness and student perspectives, Shariese Abdullah

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Student voice: a qualitative case study of teachers' conceptions in a New Jersey urban high school, Matin Adegboyega

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Community college presidents: perceptions of leadership demands and competencies, Paula Adelhoch

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Rowan University faculty attitudes towards their role as advisors, Eunice Adigun

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My sisters myself: exploring the health and wellness practices of African American women, Carmen Alexis

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Difference in stress in parents of children with communication disorders with or without an autism spectrum disorder, Paige Appelt

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Academic perseverance: establishing on-task behaviors through self-monitoring, Lauren Arno

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An exploration of the relationship between community college entrepreneurial orientation, enrollment management orientation, and performance, Bhavesh Bambhrolia

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What happens when QR codes are used to increase student engagement, motivation and independence in a fourth grade basic skills classroom?, Stephanie Baruffi