PhD, Walden University; MS, Central Michigan University; BA, George Washington University
Society and systems; cultural educational factors (family and education, race and ethnicity in relation to education); sociocultural education (education for equality and empowerment; educational policy; sociology of education); critical-thinking skills; democratic education; alternative education and curriculum and instruction; reading and literacy
Dr. Dawidowicz joined Walden’s faculty in 2005, teaching writing courses and serving as a PhD mentor. In 2007, she became the General Program and Self-Designed specialization coordinator. In 2008, she became the PhD in Education research coordinator. She has assisted numerous students with research planning, execution, and reporting. She actively seeks opportunities to assist students with research interests and to partner with students in conducting research.