Division of Educational Leadership, Policy & Foundations – Instructor
- 2016 PhD, Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- 2006 Masters, Higher Education Administration, UMKC
- 2004 Bachelors, American Studies; Minor, Political Science, UMKC
Motivation and self-regulation, STEM education in underrepresented student contexts, and education program evaluation and action research
Publications, Presentations & Grants
9/2016 – Present
Evaluating Quality Early Education in High Poverty Areas
Understanding the Parental School Choice Process in the
Kansas City Metropolitan Area
Hazley, M. P., Shell, D. F., Soh, L. K., Miller, L. D., Chiriacescu, V., & Ingraham, E. (2014). Changes in student goal orientation across the semester in undergraduate computer science courses. In Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2014 IEEE (pp. 1-7). IEEE.
Jairam, D., Kiewra, K. A., Rogers-Kasson, S., Patterson-Hazley, M., & Marxhausen, K. (2014). SOAR versus SQ3R: a test of two study systems.Instructional Science, 42(3), 409-420.
Patterson-Hazley, M. (November, 2015). Successful Female Students in Undergraduate Computer Science: Motivation, Self-Regulation and Qualitative Characteristics. Poster Session. Southwest Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education.