The Dissertation-in-Practice at Western University 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 Dissertation-in-Practice or the Doctor of Education Program should be directed to graded@uwo.ca

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DIPs from 2023

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Steps Toward Healing a Colonial System While Improving Equitable Experiences for Indigenous Learners K-12 in a BC Rural School District, Gail Higginbottom

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Challenging Anti-Black Racism: To Improve the Efficacy and Success of Black Administrators. Organization Improvement Plan, Rohan N. Hollingsworth

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Transforming School-Based Mental Health to Heal the Collective Soul Wound, Andrea L. Holowka

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Valuating All Parts of the System: Addressing Administrator Health and Well-being to Support Optimal Wellness and Effective School Leadership, Melissa L. Hunte

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Building Dynamic Capabilities towards Innovation and Flexibility, Marianne Iaboni Marando

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Inviting a Hospital Healthcare Team to Change : A Framework for Building Capacity to Provide Intersectional, Trauma-Informed Care, Yasser Ismail

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Reimagining First Nations' Engagement in the Full Life Cycle of Oil and Gas Processing and Land Stewardship in Canada, Munir Nizar Jivraj

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Nurturing a Culture of Responsible Conduct of Research to Support Safe Disclosure, Grace Kelly

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Improving Clinician Wellbeing in Mental Health Care, Michael T. Keough

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Transformational leadership approach for encouraging historically marginalized communities to access admission to Naturopathic Medicine, Baljit Khamba

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The Know Better, Do Better Plan for Self and System Transformation, Deena Kotak Buckley

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From College to University: Nursing Students' Experience of Transition, Mary Anne Krahn

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Leading EDI Department Level Change, Tannisha L. Lambert

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Exploring Hybrid Learning: Enhancing Access to Health and Safety Education at WorkSafeHealth, Tiana M. Larocque

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Learning: What Counts and Who Decides?, Reginald JJW Lavergne

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Etuaptmumk: the Indigenous Principle of Two-Eyed Seeing as a Remedy for Administrator Resistance in Developing Sovereignty-Affirming Equity Leadership Competencies, Bobbie Jo Lovell

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Mentoring Matters: Addressing Gender Inequity in Japanese Higher Education Through an Online Mentorship Program, Tanja M. McCandie

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Stop the Burnout: Enhancing Support Practices for Principals, Jennifer M. McMullen

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The Role of Supervisory Officers in Building School Administrator Leadership Capacity, Drew McNaughton

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Faith & Learning Integration: Building Teacher Efficacy & Leader Capacity to Sustain the Christian Worldview, Ian W. Mighty

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Toward Mitho-pimatisowin: A Framework for FNMI Engagement Through Relationality, Sean Anthony Molloy Mr.

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Better Together: From Siloed to Relational Organizational Design, Brooke Moore

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Creating a Culture of Inclusion through a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Lens, Stacey Moreau

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Bridging Cultures: Preparing Non-Indigenous Teachers to Teach Indigenous Epistemology in a Rural Public School, Simonjay Moreton

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Addressing the Need for an Appropriate Adult Learning Environment to Increase Student Retention and Success, Karen L. Morgan-Bowyer