Kathleen first completed a Bachelor of Education (Junior/Intermediate) and a Bachelor of Arts (Integrated Studies) as a concurrent education program at Brock University. She subsequently completed a Master of Education in Teaching, Learning and Development. During her master’s degree she completed a thesis titled “Exploring Academic (Di)stress and Help-Seeking in Faculty of Education Students.” Kathleen then went to the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto to pursue her PhD in Higher Education and she is currently ABD.
The main focus of Kathleen's research is the academic experiences of specific populations of postsecondary students. Currently, she is completing a mixed-methods study examining Canadian graduate students’ mental health, with a specific focus on the challenges they face and the supports they use. Previously, she worked on a national study examining the landscape of accessibility and accommodations for students with disabilities.
(note K.A. Clarke is nee Moore)
Clarke, K. A. (2019). A Mental Health Snapshot of the 2016 CGPSS Data. Retrieved from https://www.neads.ca/en/about/media/MentalHealthReport_May23.pdf
Clarke, K. A. (2018). Comparison of specific populations of graduate students with disabilities using 2016 CGPSS data. Retrieved from https://www.neads.ca/en/about/media/CombinedReport_Nov28.pdf
Moore, K. A. (2017, March 14). Customizing mental health information and services for graduate students. GradHacker.
Seifert, T. A., Moore, K. A, Beaulieu, J., Arnold, C. H. (2017). Paddling with purpose: Perceptions of student success & retention efforts. SEM Quarterly, 5(1).
Moore, K. A., and Sukhai, M. (2017). Understanding accessibility in graduate education for students with disabilities in Canada: A summary. Communiqué, 17(3), 22-23.
Moore, K. A, Rutherford, C., Crawford, K. A. (2016). Supporting postsecondary English language learners’ writing proficiency using technological tools. Journal of International Students, 6(4), 857-872.
Moore, K. A. (2016). An interview with Adam Kuhn, the voice behind Canada’s newest student affairs podcast. Communiqué, 17(2), 8-9.
Seifert, T. A., Beaulieu, J., Arnold, C. H., and Moore, K. A. (2016). From good to great: Perceptions of student affairs and services retention efforts. Communiqué, 17(2), 9-10.
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