[FCLCA] Latino Male Transfer Student Research Study - Looking for Participants
rjohnson at fau.edu
Sun May 31 19:27:52 EDT 2020
I am looking for participants for a research study to explore the stories of Latino male students as they transfer from a community college to a university – specifically understanding what motivates and influences their academic journey.
Study participants will be asked questions about their time entering and during community college; their transfer experience from the community college to the university; and their time entering and at the university. Students interested in participating in this study will participate in two 60-minute interviews and complete two journal prompts. To participate in this study, individuals must be 18 years old or older, self-identify as Hispanic or Latino, transferred from a community college with an associate’s degree, currently enrolled in a university and must sign a consent form.
Participation in this study is completely voluntary and the participant can withdraw at any time without consequence or penalty. If an individual decides to participate, they may skip any question that makes you uncomfortable by choosing not to answer.
To indicate interest or to ask any questions about the study, please e-mail Ronald Johnson via rjohnson at fau.edu<mailto:rjohnson at fau.edu> or Dr. Cristobal Salinas Jr via SalinasC at fau.edu<mailto:SalinasC at fau.edu>. Please do not send any private or confidential information to us by social media. We strongly urge you not to use social media for private/confidential messages, because social media is not a secure means of communication. To read more about Privacy/Security Risks Associated with Use of Social Media read below.
Please share the flyer and email/post with others and Latino male students that you feel may be interested.
Ronald R. Johnson
Educational Leadership Doctoral Candidate
Department of Educational Leadership and Research Methodology
Florida Atlantic University
rjohnson at fau.edu<mailto:rjohnson at fau.edu>
Privacy/Security Risks Associated with Use of Social Media
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What should I do? Do not hesitate to contact Ronald Johnson via rjohnson at fau.edu<mailto:rjohnson at fau.edu> or Dr. Cristobal Salinas via salinasc at fau.edu<mailto:salinasc at fau.edu> for routine matters, such as asking for technical advice on how to use the platform. However, for communications that relate to private matters—such as diagnoses, symptoms, family relationships and so on—we urge you to call us at 561-297-0945 so that we can have a private discussion regarding your questions/concerns.
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