Dana K. Bagwell, Ed.D., graduated from the University of Florida in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Gerontology and Sociology. His undergraduate work culminated with the University Scholars Program award for his research examining general self-efficacy in relation to memory performance and memory beliefs [http://www.scholars.ufl.edu/]. In 2013, he received his EdD in Health Policy from D’Youville College.
Dr. Bagwell’s research career covers the methodological spectrum beginning with focus groups and in-depth interviews, surveys, preexperimental, and concluding with randomized control trials in both the pharmaceutical and behavioral domains. His day job entails research, data analysis, and creative problem solving in higher education. Although Dr. Bagwell’s current professional life is far afield from his formative years on a blueberry farm in north central Florida, it is exactly that humble beginning that drives his passion for teaching some of the more dreaded classes—statistics and research methods—in fun and innovative ways.
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