Undergraduate Studio Assistants at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio conduct research on innovative topics related to supporting learning. Together, these research projects contribute to a community of practice in the Studio and help shape the Studio's core pedagogies and goals. The vast majority of these projects also go on to be shared at regional and national conferences.
When Intervention Hasn’t Done Enough Yet, Lena Donovan, Hayley Neptune, and Susanna Reese
Using Strength-Based Praise to Encourage Student Agency in Grammar, Abigail Ernest-Beck, Kellyn Wolden, and Kayla Rafferty
Set Your Mind On Growth: A Path to Opportunity-based Learning, Nadya Sharif, Cejay Johnson, and Lauren Jackson
Working Towards a Racially Inclusive Studio, Dee Payton, Justine Dombrowski, and Tian Qing Yen
"I Hate Group Projects", Hillary Thalmann, Hannah Davis, and Austin Vaughan