Conducting educational research as students

Conducting educational research as students
Group photo of the 2019 AWARDSS program fellows
Friday, March 8, 2019 - 7:00am

The Access, Wellness, and Relational Determinants of School Success program at the University of Arizona named 12 new students, including seven from the College of Education, for the 2019 fellowship.

The AWARDSS training program provides UA upper-level undergraduate students, recent graduates, and current master’s students with experience in conducting educational research while preparing participants for doctoral study. During the year-long fellowship, they are paired with faculty mentors for research apprenticeships, specifically related to student success, and receive research and writing training.

The 2019 University of Arizona AWARDSS students are:

Mayra Calvillo, elementary education with bilingual endorsement

Valeria Chavez German, psychology

Giselle Delcid, literacy, learning, and leadership

Eniola Idowu, psychology

Laura Juarez San Juan, literacy, learning, and leadership

Gemma Parra, public health

Julia Perez, psychology

Gabrielle Rivas, literacy, learning, and leadership

Victoria Rodriguez, educational psychology (master’s program)

Joseph Sturm, literacy, learning, and leadership

Tony Viola IV, literacy, learning, and leadership

Daisy Esquivel, economics and Spanish