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DREF Engages First Research Assistant: Kelsey Bogard

DREF is pleased to recognize its first Research Assistant, Ms. Kelsey Bogard who is a doctoral student at Indiana State University. Ms. Bogard recently began volunteering with the Research Subcommittee of the Sister Scholars Advisory Council to facilitate a portion of its current research project on Entrepreneurship. She is conducting the literature review on the topic of “Soft Skills Needed for Success in Business.”
DREF Engages First Research Assistant: Kelsey Bogard

Kelsey Bogard

The doctoral student is studying Higher Education Leadership in Indiana State University’s Educational Leadership Program. Her doctoral advisor is DREF Sister Scholar Mary Howard-Hamilton, Ed.D., Professor and Chair of the Educational Leadership Department at ISU. Ms. Bogard is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and originally hails from Memphis, TN. 

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