The Organizational Improvement Plan, (OIP) is the culminating project for students in their final year of the Doctor of Education Program, (EdD) in Educational Leadership.

The Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership is a doctoral degree that teaches seasoned educators and professionals specific, research-informed leadership practices, and prepares them to appropriately apply their learning to their own workplace and leadership roles.

The primary goal of the EdD program is to prepare graduates to act as scholarly and influential leaders who will have an effective impact on, and promote sustainable change in, their workplaces and communities.

Further questions about the OIP or the Doctor of Education Program should be directed to graded@uwo.ca

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OIPs from 2021

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Reconceptualising the Instructional Roles of Academic Librarians in Order to Better Serve Underserved Students at a California Public University, Ahmed Alwan

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Better Together: Fostering Student-Level Intercultural Competence Through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) and a Collaboratively Created Assessment Tool, Wes Armstrong

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Education Technology: A Story of Faith, Community, and a Vision for Change, Brenda Becker

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Embracing Complexity to Foster Program Adaptation at a College in Ontario, Paula Benbow

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Improving Faculty Capacity to Support Student Mental Health, Nishma Bhaloo

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Towards a Common Vision for Innovation: Making Sense of Complexity in a Health Sciences Program, Nina L. Blanes

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Evolving Inclusive Learning: From Retrofitting Disability to Designing for Variability, Monica Braat

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Evolving Academic Advising at Polytechnic A, Angela M. Briggs

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Addressing the Skills Awareness Gap through Impactful On-Campus Employment, Jennifer M. Browne

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Frozen in Time? Exploring Faith-based Admission Standards in Christian Higher Education, Carol C. Burbee

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The Conundrum of Collaboration: Examining Collaboration as a Continuum Towards Professional Learning, Scott Harold Tavares Burnside

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Reframing Behaviour to Foster Safe and Supporting Schools, Shannon L. Cassidy-Rouleau Mrs.

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Military-connected students in higher education: A Canadian approach, Darryl G. Cathcart

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The Strategic Adoption of a new service delivery model within an Ontario College’s Registrar’s Office, Jordan W. Charron Mr.

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Increasing and Supporting Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion within Service X: Interrogating Leadership, Recruitment and Culture, Gary Conn

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Utilizing Academic Advising Services to Improve First-Year Student Retention Outcomes, Dan Crouse

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Improving Academic English Proficiency of Chinese International Students, Mei Ding

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Two-Eyed Seeing to Support Indigenous Education, Mark Dolmont Mr.

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Improving Holistic Sustainability through Complexity Leadership, Lara M. Duke

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Exploring the Impact of Performance-Based Funding Policy Reform: The Role of Institutional Research in Supporting Data-Driven Decision-Making, Jelena Dukic

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The Problem of Operational Stress Injuries in an Ontario Fire & Rescue Organization, Megan Edgelow

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Increasing Collaboration Between Noncredit Staff and Credit Faculty, Dimitra Fotopoulos

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Global Citizenship Education and Heritage Preservation of Host National Students in GCC International Bilingual Schools, Rania Gameil

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Mental Health in Elementary Schools: Supporting Students Using a Multi-Tiered System of Support, Sarah Katerina Garrett

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Citizenship Education in Neoliberal Times, Elissar Gerges