Former and Current Fayetteville State University Doctoral Student Present Research at Education Conference

Date: October 04, 2020

Current and former Doctoral Professional Students and advisees of Dr. Noran L. Moffett, Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and School Administration at Fayetteville State University (FSU), were selected to present their research at the Virtual Conference of the Georgia Education Research Association (GERA is an Affiliate of the American Educational Research Association).

The peer-reviewed accepted paper presentations will be featured and published as part of the 2020 GERA Virtual research conference held Friday, October 2, 2020. The theme for this year's conference is "The Power and Possibilities for the Public Good."

The FSU faculty member, doctoral candidates, and alumnae include Dr. Noran L. Moffett, Ms. Naadiya Hopkins (currently serving at FSU in the Office of Student Engagement), Mr. Jarmel Baxter (currently serving at FSU in Intramural Sports), Dr. Letitia P. Johnson-Arnold (currently serving at FSU in Student Health Services), and Dr. Melissa L. Lyon (currently serving at FSU in the Office of Civic Engagement and Service Learning).

The scholarly peer-reviewed presentation topics are as follows:

Higher Education Community Engagement Professionals' Subjective Views of a Selected Competency Framework

Melissa P. Lyon, Fayetteville State University

Noran L. Moffett, Fayetteville State University

Healthy Leaders Really Matter: An Exploratory Factor Analysis Examining Self-Care Practices and Holistic Health Perceptions of Educational Leadership Graduate Students

Letitia P. Johnson-Arnold, Fayetteville State University

Noran L. Moffett, Fayetteville State UniversityContemporary Professional Athletes' Activism: Implications and Future Impact on College Student-Athletes

Naadiya Hopkins, Fayetteville State University

Noran L. Moffett, Fayetteville State University

Jarmel Baxter, Fayetteville State University

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About the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA)

This one-day conference allows members of the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA) and their graduate students to share their research and progress as well as attend and participate in multiple research presentations. The conference also features the organization's annual business meeting.

GERA is one of Georgia's most dynamic research organizations with 150 members representing public and private colleges, schools and educational agencies and institutions. Its membership creates an interdisciplinary network of researchers made up of both professionals and graduate students in education, psychology, statistics, history, political science, and other related fields. 

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