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William Henry Ewell II

Adjunct Instructor in the Sanford School of Public Policy
Sanford School of Public Policy

Selected Publications


Preparing educational leaders through action research

Journal Article Action Research · March 1, 2023 This article explores the development, structure, and continuous improvement model of an Action Research education doctorate program research methodology course sequence. The aim of the study is to articulate a rigorous Action Research methodology course s ... Full text Cite

Enhancing Student Preparedness for Class through Course Preparation Assignments: Preliminary Evidence from the Classroom

Journal Article Journal of Political Science Education · January 1, 2014 Student preparation for class is an integral part of the college learning experience. In order to incentivize student preparation outside class, professors have employed such techniques as reflection papers, quizzes, and group discussion, to name but a few ... Full text Cite

The impact of unified party government on campaign contributions

Journal Article Legislative Studies Quarterly · November 1, 2010 This article examines the connection between unified party government and campaign contributions. Our central argument is that unified party government confers a substantial, but previously overlooked, fundraising advantage to intra-chamber majority partie ... Full text Cite