FIRST-GENERATION DOCTORAL STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES NAVIGATING GRADUATE SCHOOL

Leah Vance-Berg
First-generation students who pursue graduate programs face a unique set of challenges and rely on their strengths to help them navigate their graduate programs. This study will look at how first-generation students have navigated their graduate course work. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 19 doctoral students at Magnolia University where participants discussed the challenges they have faced during graduate school and how they have navigated these challenges. This exploratory study uses social and cultural capital...
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