Dr. Kreighbaum Wins 3rd Place

Dr. Kreighbaum Wins 3rd Place
Posted on 03/01/2018
Dr. Kreighbaum

Dr. Kreighbaum Wins 3rd Place!

On February 8, Dr. Tracie Kreighbaum, Adult Basic Education Coordinator for the Dakota Prairie Consortium, was chosen to present her dissertation research as part of the Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Poster Competition. The competition, showcased at the Association of Library and Information Science Educators (ALISE) annual conference in Denver, CO, included research from 25 recent Ph.D. graduates in Information Science from around the U.S. and Canada.

Tracie received 3rd place for her presentation of her qualitative research titled: Walking a Tightrope Without a Net: Exploring How Rural Homeless Adults Use Information to Solve Problems While Residents at a Northern Midwest Rural Homeless Shelter.

Tracie is the Adult Basic Education Coordinator for Dakota Prairie ABE Consortium, which includes ESL, GED, Citizenship and Basic Skills for adults. Her office is located in the Farmington Community Education department at Meadowview Elementary. If you would like to know more about her research, Tracie can be reached at (651) 460-3212 or via email at tkreighbaum@farmington.k12.mn.us.

Congratulations, Tracie!

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