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Share your experience as a first-generation woman following academic probation

Validated through Invisibility: A Narrative of Validating Experiences of First-Generation Women with a Chronic Illness Following Academic Probation


Dissertation Research 

Department of Educational Psychology, Leadership, & Counseling | College of Education


 I am looking for women, first-generation, non-transfer, undergraduate students diagnosed with a chronic illness (not initially mental health related) with previous placement and recovery from academic probation to participate in a research study.


 Participants will complete the 5-minute survey linked below for eligibility in the research. The research study will consist of a 60-minute virtual audio and video recorded Microsoft Teams interview. 


To compensate for time provided, participants will receive a $25 digital Amazon gift card to the email address provided through the survey. 


To participate, follow the link to take you to the survey.


Questions about this research study? – Doctoral Student Researcher 

or – Faculty Dissertation Chair


This study has been approved by the Human Research Protection Program at Texas Tech University.


Krista Mcbrien