1. Disability; 2. Transition; 3. Employment; 4. Career Development, 5. Special Education
Access and retention within graduate education and the professoriate, African American students and faculty, the nature and influence of faculty-student relationships and mentoring, access and college experiences of Black immigrants, campus racial climate
cognitive and motivational aspects of reading and learning, psychology of learning and instruction in classroom contexts
structural equation models, latent growth models, latent variable experimental design and analysis
Finite mixture modeling, Models for repeated measures data, Latent variable modeling, and Statistical computing
Research investigates educational program quality and sustainability in developing countries and the historical dimensions of work preparation in the United States, particularly in relation to curricular issues.
Intersection of health and overall psychosocial well-being with a focus on positive adaptation, Process and outcome in counseling and psychotherapy, Counselor training and clinical supervision. Link to my lab is below:
Research draws upon the foundations of phenomenology and hermeneutics to make interpretive sense of the lifeworlds of teachers and students and the broader educational community.
Teacher education policy and practice and the education doctorate or professional practice degree.
Dr. Martin's scholarly interests include intensive literacy intervention for children with learning disabilities, social support, and parental involvement in relation to academic achievement.