Stephanie Galindo, Ed.D.
Dissertation Committee Adjunct,
Department of Professional Educational Studies
Dr. Stephanie Galindo is excited to join the ACE team as a dissertation committee member in the Department of Professional Educational Studies. She holds an M.Ed., Ed.D., and an Advanced Certificate in Educational Management from the University of Leicester. Dr. Galindo facilitated research courses at George Washington University and Adizes Graduate School. She hopes to contribute insights gathered during 20 years of online higher education experience focused on quality assurance, student engagement, satisfaction, and success. Dr. Galindo has worked with a number of students on their individual dissertations as a mentor and guide throughout their academic journey. She enjoys the process of investigation and analysis with an entrepreneurial spirit, sharing tactics that support student self-confidence and self-efficacy. Her dissertation focused on improving the resilience of online and at-risk doctoral students through socialization and transition management. Dr. Galindo co-authored Synthesizing Higher Education and Corporate Learning Strategies in Rudestam, K. and Schoenholtz-Read, J., Handbook of Online Learning (2nd ed.), SAGE. She assisted with research on behalf of Clorox, Nestle, SC Johnson, Phillips, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and World Wildlife Foundation, among others. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and the American Association of University Women. She enjoys her husbands’ cooking, their cat, sci-fi, travel and photography.
Master's in Instructional Technology
American InterContinental University
Bachelor's in Individual Studies
Charter Oak State College
Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Learning and Instructional Design
Retention and the efficacy of student support structures in online higher education. How motivation theories, transition management and socialization strategies can be useful for understanding and mitigating the challenges faced by ABD online learners. Improving doctoral student resilience, perseverance, self-efficacy, and the quality of online engagement.
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