Cynthia M. Compton, Assistant Professor of Graduate Education; Capstone Coordinator and Coordinator of the MAED program
University of Virginia, Ph.D. (2002) - Educational Leadership
Butler University, M.A. (1986) - English
N.C. State University, B.A. (1977) - English with teaching certification
"The Impact of an Educational Intervention on Students' Abilities to Identify Plagiarism" (in press) American Journal of Pharmacy Education 2014
Authors: Michelle DeGeeter, PharmD1; Kira Harris, PharmD, BCPS2; Heather Kehr, PharmD, BCPS2; Carolyn Ford, PharmD2; Daniel C. Lane, PharmD, PhD2; Donald S. Nuzum, PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM, CDE2; Cynthia Compton, PhD3;and Whitney Gibson, PharmD candidate2
"Thank You, Miss Katherine," in Kappan November 1, 2008
"What Do Teachers Want?" in Journal of Staff Development August 2010
American School of Board Journal - Kime 2001
Horn, Suzanne; Compton, Cynthia; Gleiser, Samantha; Etheridge, Kimberly (2012) “Assisting Struggling Biology Students to Succeed Using the Use of SQ3R.” The 3rd International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics: IMCIC 2012. Orlando Florida.
Thornburg, A.W., Horn, S.E., Arriola, T., Bonner, P. & Compton, C. (2010) “Learning Together to Help At-Risk Fifth Graders Succeed.” National Professional Development School Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Horn, S.E., Thornburg, A.W., Irma, B., Doran, B, Bonner, P & Compton, C. (2010) “Working Together to Help Prevent Kindergarten Student Summer Reading Loss,” .National Professional Development School Conference, Orlando, Florida.
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