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Increasing Post-Secondary Education (PSE) Readiness for At-Risk Students and Students with Disabilities
Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor, published Increasing post-secondary education (PSE) readiness for at-risk students and students with disabilities in Research and Practice in the Schools, Vol. 6, Issue 1, p. 11-26, 10/17/2019, with co-author(s) Dr. Robin Wilson, and Dr. Tamara Hodges, senior lecturer.
Doctoral Degree Attainment from Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program Alumni: An Explanatory Embedded Case Study
Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor, published Doctoral degree attainment from Ronald E. McNair scholars program alumni: An explanatory embedded case study in Educational Policy, 10/17/2021, with co-author(s) Dr. Rachel Renbarger, Western Michigan Univ., and Dr. Tony Talbert, professor.
Positive Youth Development: An Experimental Trial with Unattached Adolescents
Dr. Terrill Saxon, professor, published Positive youth development: an experimental trial with unattached adolescents in Journal of Adolescence, Vol. 67, p. 85-97, 10/20/2022, with co-author(s) Dr. Darrell Hull, University of North Texas.
US & Multicultural Studies
US and multicultural studies of marginalized, under-researched children and families and their educational experiences and outcomes.
Infancy/Early Childhood and Language
Early lifespan studies of environmental variables, including parenting, resources and other contextual influences that promote language and literacy.
Preparing and Building Confidence for Students with Disabilities to Transition to Post-secondary Education (PSE)
Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor and chair, Dr. Tamara L. Hodges, senior lecturer, and Robin Wilson, doctoral student, presented "Preparing and Building Confidence for Students with Disabilities to Transition to Post-secondary Education (PSE)" at Southwest Educational Research Association annual conference, held February 16, 2016, in New Orleans, LA.
Enabled for College
Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor and chair; $150,000.00; Enabled for College; AT&T Foundation.