The Office of Research has a qualitative research consultant and a quantitative research consultant who are available to faculty, staff, and students to assist in their research endeavors.
Qualitative Research Consultant
Beverly Hardcastle Stanford, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Doctoral Studies in Education in the School of Education. She teaches online doctoral courses and also continues to chair and act as the methodologist on numerous dissertation committees. Publications of her qualitative research studies appear in eight peer-reviewed journals and two international conference proceedings. Please contact Beverly Hardcastle Stanford, Ph.D., for individual or group consultation.
Quantitative Research Consultant
Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D., is Professor in the Department of Doctoral Studies in Education in the School of Education. His research has resulted in multiple publications and presentations on subjects including the appraisal of ministry career aspirants, analysis of trends in instructional technologies, the impact of the use of technology on students’ achievement in mathematics, and a comparison academic achievement by ethnic groups. Please contact Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D., for individual or group consultation.
Office of Research Visiting Consultant
The Office of Research hosts twice each semester and at the two Faculty Writers’ Retreats an outside consultant who meets privately with faculty, staff, and students, as requested, in order to help them with overcoming the challenges of writer’s block, negotiating book contracts, organizing big projects by breaking them down into small, accomplishable steps, and creating marketing strategies for books, as well as other issues related to research and publications.