The NRC announces Grant Recipients for 2009
The NRC announces Grant Recipients for 2009

For 2009, the National Research Center (NRC) of the University of Phoenix presented the second annual research grant program in support of the scholarly efforts of university faculty. Many exceptional applications were received in response to the call for submissions. The NRC is proud to announce the following research efforts and award recipients for this grant year:


An Examination of the Relationship Between Student Achievement and Textual Data Generated in Asynchronous Forums for Online and On-ground College Math Courses

by Pam Elges and Barbara Smith


A Comparison of Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication in Online Learning

By Susan Ferebee and James Davis


Identification of Factors Associated with Academic Success and Persistence to Graduation in Online Learning Environments

by Miranda Jennings and Keri Heitner


Crisis Communication: A Mixed Method Study of Supervisor Leadership and Employee Performance during the 2008 – 2009 Financial Crisis 

by Ruby Rouse and Richard Schuttler


NRC congratulates these award winners and is enthusiastic in support of these collaborative research efforts.

Created at 4/6/2009 1:37 PM  by Douglas Golden 
Last modified at 4/16/2009 9:29 AM  by Michelle Winsor