Graduate Annual

About the Graduate Annual

The Graduate Annual was inaugurated with the Spring 2013 issue of papers for the 2012 calendar year. Graduate theses, capstones, projects and abstracts are selected by an academic committee of each graduate program. Large graduate programs may submit up to three items and medium to small size programs may submit one item and items may not exceed 30 pages.

The 2014 Graduate Annual will be available the week following Graduate Commencement. The authors and articles included in this issue are:

Joan Bailie Almerini, Master of Arts in Education

Planning and Implementing Interventions for Students with Communication Disorders: An Integrated Framework with Perspectives from Cognitive, Developmental, & Behavioral Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Linguistics

Teresa Cahill, Master of Science in Human Capital Development

JEC Human Capital Investment Plan

ThereseAnne Carberry, Master of Arts in Education

Teaching Reading Comprehension to Students with High Functioning, Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Review of the Literature

Debra Cummings, Master of Arts in History

Acting with Intent: How Queen Victoria brought India Home to Britain through an Indian Prince and an Indian Servant, Chapter II: The Impact and Acceptability of the Queen’s Actions

Jennifer Marie Del Mauro, Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

Children and Adolescents’ Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Psychological Help

Mary Beth Hallman, Master of Science in Instructional Technology Management

Performance Appraisal Meeting Fundamentals

Marcel Holder, Master of Science in Computer Information Science

VehiclePing Application Form Submission

Eveline Phillips, Master of Public Health

The Silent Killer - A Review of Psychosocial Factors and Systems-Level Interventions that Address Hypertension in African American Men

Flor de Maria Merma Santillan, R.N., BSN, Master of Science in Nursing

Access to Healthcare, Barriers, Experiences and Disease Perceptions of the Latino Undocumented - Diabetes Mellitus Population in Philadelphia

Shweta Somalwar and Loc Nguyen, Master of Science in Information Technology Leadership

Strategically Addressing the Latest Challenges of Workplace Mobility to Meet the Increasing Mobile Usage Demands