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​Sarah Marshall, Ph.D.

​​Courses Taught

  • EDL 860
  • EDL 897​​​
  • EDL 677 
  • EDL 763

Research Interests

  • Gender in higher education
  • Work-life management in higher education administration
  • High impact teaching practices: doctoral education
Marshall, S. M., & Hornak, A. (2014). A day in the life of a student affairs educator: Competencies and case studies for early career professionals. Sterling, VA: Stylus Press.

Marshall, S. M., & Klocko, B. A. (in press). Supporting practitioner-scholars toward doctoral degree attainment: Intentional strategies for dissertation completion. In V. Storey and K. Hesbol (Eds.) Contemporary approaches to dissertation development and research methods. Hershey, PA; IGI Global.

Marshall, S. M.,. (in press). Going too far. Sexual assault on campus. Journal of Case Studies in Educational Leadership.

 Marshall, S. M., Gardner Moore, M., Hughes, C., & Lowery, U. (in press). Attrition from student affairs: A qualitative study detailing why professionals leave the field. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. 

Klocko, B. A., Marshall, S. M. & Davidson, J. F. (2015). Developing practitioner-scholar doctoral candidates as critical writers. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 15(4), 73-84.​
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