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University of Arizona Global Campus


APRIL 19 - 21, 2022


The Fourth Annual UAGC Research Symposium is hosted jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Forbes School of Business & Technology, in collaboration with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. This three-day virtual event features presentations from current University of Arizona Global Campus students and recent Ashford University alumni. Presenters will discuss the research they have proposed or completed during their academic program or findings from a Capstone project. 

Presenting at the Research Symposium is an excellent way for students and recent alumni to share their expertise in a topic and engage with peers, staff and faculty around their research interests.  We invite you as a member of the UAGC community to join us for the live Zoom presentations listed below.  Beginning April 20, check back to see a series of e-Posters also prepared and presented by UACG students and Ashford University alumni.  

Live Sessions

Tuesday, April 20

Wednesday, April 21

Thursday, April 22

Mary Goshay
Why African American Students Score Low on Math Assessments: Bridge the Gap

Ashley Watkins
Understanding the Mental Health

Stigmas Within the Black Community from Black Women

Maria Adetula
The Isoko people's Perception of the Niger Delta Amnesty Program as a Conflict Resolution Tool in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Chadwick Church
A Motivational Athlete Profile of a Champ Champ in Mixed Martial Arts

Lynette Lewis
Exploring the Delays in Disability Processing for Military Veterans: A Qualitative Study

Louise Sweeny-Cox
Understanding Conflict in the Succession Process of the Family Firm

Winnifred Johnson Carr
Research on Gender, Self-directed Learning, and Algebra Grades Among STEM Undergraduate Students

Patricia Delgado
Examining the Recruitment and Retention of Hispanic Millennial Professionals. A Participatory Program Series for Organizational Leaders

Jennifer Hudgins
From Concept to Completion: Navigating the ADP Process


Camille Looney
Rolling Around in the Data: Analyzing Interviews of Air Force Women on Work-Life Balance


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