Differences in Dimensions of Career Motivation between Foreign-Born and U.S. Born Faculty in the United States
My name is Dr. Kyoung Mi Choi. I am an assistant professor in the department of counseling, special education, and school psychology at Youngstown State University. I am conducting research on Career Motivation of U.S. Born and Foreign-Born Faculty in the United States with Dr. Cassandra Pusateri and Ms. Natasha Moletta (research assistant). In a few days you will receive an invitation to participate in a web-based survey.
The purpose of my research is to explore differences in career motivation. Career motivation is a term used to explain the extent to which people involve themselves in their own career and career decisions. Participating in this study will help career development professionals and you by increasing awareness of the diversity of the higher education workforce as a whole.
In order to participate simply click on the link below. The link will take you to a web-based survey that should take about 15-20 minutes to complete. Please make sure you read the consent form prior to completing the survey. Once you have submitted a completed survey your participation is complete.
You must be 18 years of age or older to take part in this research study.
Thank you in advance for your time and your participation. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who might be eligible to participate.**Only publically available emails will be used by the researchers and participants when recruiting other unless permission to use personal email address is gained.
Dr. Kyoung Mi Choi (Principal Investigator)
Dr. Cassandra G. Pusateri (Co-Investigator)
Ms. Natasha Moletta (Research Assistant)
Youngstown State University
One University Plaza
Youngstown, OH 44555