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WREA Conference Presentations

The Path from Education to Work: Findings from a Recent Study
North Carolina AIR (April 2023)
Authors: K. Webber. 

The Importance of Using Theory and Literature Review in Survey Research
Association for Institutional Research. Phoenix, AZ. (June 2022).
Authors: M. Grandstaff & K. Webber.

Exploring Remote Work-Related Experiential Activities in Engineering and Computer Science 
Association for Institutional Research. Phoenix, AZ. (June 2022).
Authors: C. Case, M. Grandstaff, K. Webber, & A. Stich.

Addressing Community Workforce Challenges through Employer Engagement and Experiential Learning. (May 2022).
Authors: D. Tanner, G. Wilson, & K. Webber.

Survey Research During Covid-19: The Challenges Grow Even Larger
Southern Association for Institutional Research. (October 2021).
Authors: M. Grandstaff & K. Webber.

Negotiating Ourselves: Navigating Paradigmatic Conflict and Diverse Identities in Collaborative Qualitative Research
International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. (May 2021).
Authors: A. Stich, C. Case, E. Ndika, & K. Cumbass.

Integrated Geospatial Techniques with Quantitative Surveys and Interviews to Identify Impacts of Geographic Locale on  Access to WREAs
American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). (April 2021).
Author: A. Aragon.

The Effect of Geographic Locale on Access to Work-Related Experiential Activities
Poster for NSF Virtual Poster Hall, November 2020

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