La Sierra University Faculty Research News
…and here's more summer research news from a few more of your colleagues.
La Sierra University faculty members have had a busy summer working on various projects and endeavors. Read more for updates on this work.
Research on the education of India's slum children, a Fulbright Scholarship project by Margaret Solomon, professor, Administration and Leadership, School of Education
On Aug. 10, Dr. Margaret Solomon will fly to India to embark on the second phase of her Fulbright Scholarship project aimed at educating the country's so-called "untouchables."
Research on plagiarism in higher ed, by Dora Clarke-Pine, associate professor, School of Education, Department of Psychology and Counseling
Dora Clarke-Pine focused her research work last year on determining unconscious acts of plagiarism in higher education. She is planning to submit her findings for publication.
Herpetologist Lee Grismer arrived at a remote island in the Indian Ocean earlier this month to conduct field research and find new species of reptiles and amphibians.
Katherine Parsons, an assistant professor of history at La Sierra, will store her belongings this June and fly to London for six to 10 months of research.
On December 12, Dr. Margaret Solomon returned from a four-month Fulbright Scholarship project in India aimed at educating the country’s so-called ‘untouchables,’ slum children who frequently do not attend school or complete primary education.