Dr. Sarah Finney discusses her research on issues and techniques broadly related to measurement and statistics in psychology and education. Her scholarship focuses on the presence of less-than-ideal conditions for research, quality of measures, the measurement of academic entitlement, and test-taking motivation for students.
The Voices of Scholarship is a collaboration between JMU’s Office of Research and Scholarship and the Center for Faculty Innovation. More Voices
March 5, 2014
JMU professor Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel and engineering student Benjamin Condro began conducting research exploring the possibility of making solar energy systems more sustainable during the summer of 2012 with funding from the Valley 25 x ‘25/IEER initiative.
February 5, 2014
JMU senior Zachary Ochoa ('14) is the embodiment of the "know what you want and work to get it" philosophy.
January 30, 2014
Produced by Ernie Didot at clearimpactproductions.com, this video describes the role playing game designed by James Madison University graduate student and Massai, Jacob Mayiani, JMU Professors Jennifer Coffman and Michael Deaton, and JMU Student Alexandra Hickling.
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