Learning Through Outreach, Partnerships and Research: The Case of the Leadership Alliance

By Sharon Gamble, Cheryl Leggon and Valerie Wilson.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Presenters are a diverse group of researchers, practitioners, administrators and teachers representing every segment of the educational pathway.

Keywords: Outreach, Program Assessment, Equity and Excellence, Math and Science Achievement, Racial Minority Students, Faculty Development

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 11, pp.115-120. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 808.859KB).

Ms. Sharon Gamble

Ms. Gamble is responsible for developing and directing programs to increase the number of doctoral candidates at the Graduate School from racial, ethnic and gender groups currently underrepresented. She is also the campus summer coordinator for the Leadership Alliance Program.

Dr. Cheryl Leggon

Dr. Leggon’s research focuses on the U.S. science and technical workforce. Evaluates programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels designed to recruit and retain personnel in science and technical fields.

Dr. Valerie Wilson

Directs the Leadership Alliance Program, a national consortium of 31 colleges and universities dedicated to improving the participation of racial and ethnic minority scholars in graduate training and professions in academe, private and public sectors.

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