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Students who are pursuing a Master of Arts in Student Development Administration must complete a graduate project. The graduate project is a work of original scholarship. Students must find a faculty member sponsor and will work with them on this project, but it is largely independent. Before registering for the graduate project, students must take EDUC 500: Introduction to Research and have the permission of their advisor.
Recently Completed Graduate Projects
“Peer Education as a Tool for Transformative Learning”
“From Military Life to College Life”
“Living in an Imagined Community: Transitional Challenges of First Generation Immigrant College Students”
“Finding an Expression of Masculinity: How Gay and Bisexual Men Re-Negotiate their Maleness”
“Experiences of Displaced Post-Katrina: Undergraduates Attending Harvard College”
“Campus Study Abroad Climate for Transfer Students”
“Civic Engagement Among Young Jesuit-Educated Alumni”
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