John R. Porter is not only the new President of Lindenwood University but also an EdD student at Johns Hopkins University. In this special episode of CapIT!, President Porter discusses his experience as a doctoral student and a life-long learner.
A new semester begins, and with it changes, reminders, and tips for starting the semester off on the right foot! Join Drs. Elder and Leavitt as they discuss changes to the EdD Program, reminders for having a successful semester,
CapIT! is on the road this week as Drs. Leavitt and Elder visit Lindenwood's Writing Center located in the LARC, Room 338. They sit down with Susan Edele, Director of Lindenwood's Writing Center, to discuss all the center has to offer EdD students.
CapIT! hosted the first ever Data, Dignity, & Justice Forum on Ethical Issues & Research on April 8, 2019. The panel consisted of two faculty members, Dr. Ted Cohen, Assistant Professor of History, and Dr. Sherrie Wisdom,
Lindenwood is so lucky to have the Library Academic Resource Center (LARC), and even more valuable than the library itself are the wonderful people there to assist students. One such person is Nancy Messina, Director of Reference Services. Join Drs.
The EdD journey can be a struggle at times and perseverance is essential. Shamonda Owens, EdD Candidate and soon to be graduate knows the struggle, but more importantly, she is the definition of perseverance. Shamonda visits with Dr. Leavitt, Dr.
Dr. Leavitt's reading of Amy Morin's book 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do inspired this week's CapIT! conversation. Join Drs. Elder and Leavitt as they discuss Morin's list and the mental toughness they have seen exhibited in doctoral student...
Drs. Elder and Leavitt sit down with Lindenwood EdD graduate Dr. Rachel Morgan to discuss many of her passions. This illuminating conversation discusses Morgan's non-for-profit organization The Adam Morgan Foundation (assists families raising children ...
A new semester is about to begin and Drs. Elder and Leavitt share all you need to know to start the year off right. From program and course changes, final read dissertation tips, to exciting events to put on your calendar for the year,
Time. It can get away from us. This week, Drs. Elder and Leavitt give advice on how to best manage time so you can get the most out of engaging in your coursework, writing at home, and researching on your own.