Seattle University's Doctorate in Educational and Organizational Learning and Leadership (EOLL) prepares leaders with a passionate commitment toward transformative social change.
EOLL students participate in Group Thematic Dissertations that connect research and inquiry with real-world leadership practice. Information regarding dissertations completed prior to 2020 can be found within the EOLL program's dissertation listings and copies of pre-2020 dissertations can be accessed through Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons..
Theses/Dissertations from 2021
Crisis Management: PK-12 Leaders & Resilience Building Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Shafiga Abramova, Oruba Anthony, and Haley Brown
Refugee and Asylee Housing Resettlement Experiences in King County, Washington, Alicia Al-Aryan, Chase Huffman, and Obed Kabanda
Theses/Dissertations from 2020
Funnel Vision: Through the Looking Glass of Recruitment and Admission Practices, Adekunbi O. Ajiboye, Heather L. Anderson-James, Jennifer Fountain, and Jose Alejandro Vega-Gutiérrez
Community Cultural Wealth in the Community College: A Systematic Review of Latinx Student Engagement, Amity Butler, Erik Engstrom, Gena Lusk, and Shurla Rogers-Thibou
Repaying the Education Debt Through Professional Development: An Equity Audit, Jenai Choi, Britney D. Holmes, and Todd Martinez-Simmons
A Document Analysis of Leadership Language That Enhances Family-School Collaboration in Efforts to Narrow the Achievement Gap, Andrew Johnson and Daryl Wright
Barriers to Digital Equity: A Case Study of King County, Supanee McLean, Victoria Frazier, and Tony Vo
Libraries and Digital Information: How Library Services Impact Digital Equity, Sheila Walton and Cristine Fowler