Molstad Gorder Receives Research Award
Dakota State University faculty member Dr. Lynette Molstad Gorder received the Delta Pi Epsilon Independent Research Award. The award is given in recognition of an outstanding independent research publication in business education published during the previous year.
The review process for the awards takes a year. Work is submitted to Delta Pi Epsilon, and then routed through various judging committees for independent readings and evaluations. Studies receiving the highest marks are submitted to a panel of national judges for final ranking and to determine the award winner.
Molstad Gorder’s research was entitled A Study of Teacher Perceptions of Instructional Technology Integration in the Classroom. It detailed a study exploring how teachers are currently using technology in their classrooms for both teaching and learning.
The award was presented at Delta Pi Epsilon’s annual meeting in San Francisco, CA, last month. Molstad Gorder is an associate professor in the College of Business and Information Systems.
About Delta Pi Epsilon
Delta Pi Epsilon is a national graduate honorary society for professionals who support and promote scholarship, leadership, and cooperation toward the advancement of education for and about business. Delta Pi Epsilon was established in 1936 at New York University and presently is made up of members affiliated with over 60 university and state-based chapters. Members advance quality education and refine pedagogy though research and instructional development activities