assistant professor of education, published a chapter in the SAGE Research Methods Cases handbook. Clayton focused on how to use Constructivist Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research. The handbook is a collection of case studies of real social research, specially commissioned and designed to help students and researchers understand abstract methodological concepts in practice.
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An exit sign was knocked down on the fourth floor of Eagle Landing on April 5 between 12:01 and 2:15 a.m. The case is pending.
The National Weather Service called for a 100 percent chance of rain on Saturday, March 29, but that did not stop University of Mary Washington students from spending their afternoon outdoors. More than 200 students volunteered their afternoon in the Fredericksburg area as a part of UMW’s second annual Good Neighbor Day.
The spring 2014 semester is proving to be an exciting one for the music department at the University of Mary Washington. First, their philharmonic director, Kevin Bartram, was elected as vice president of a national orchestra directors’ association. Now, the University hosted a major celebrity in the musical world.
The University of Mary Washington Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Program (BSN) began accepting applications on Tuesday, April 1.
Despite the large amount of snow days, the spring semester will not be extended.
A student’s car was vandalized between Mar. 27 and 28 on Sunken Rd. at around 10 p.m. There was damage to the passenger mirror. The case was turned over to the Fredericksburg police department.
Over 50 different colleges and universities will be in the Anderson Center for an education fair where students can learn about opportunities for graduate studies. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 3.
associate professor of English, was the scholar facilitator of the Breakfast Book Club’s discussion of “The Glass Menagerie” at the 28th Annual Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival in New Orleans on March 19 through 23. Richards presented the paper “It’s Gonna Cost You More than Supper: Mapping Gay Desire in Tennessee Williams’ “Vieux Carre” at “Other Souths: Approaches, Allainces, Antagonisms,” the Society for the Study of Southern Literature biennial conference held in Arlington, March 27 through 29.