The treasury of wealth perished while they are alive, and the scholars remain as long as time remains.
Ali Ibn Abi Talib AS
Dr. Angela Ford, Assistant Director of Doctoral Programs in Education at Judson University, began working in education in 2007 and has worked in various capacities in both K-12 and higher education. She has worked on several national and international research projects and partnerships and was a Fulbright Scholar to Ethiopia for the 2019-2020 academic year. Before working in the field of education she was an aircraft electro-environmental technician. Her research interests include improving learning environments; student and educator motivations, aspirations, well-being, and persistence; fair and equitable partnerships and collaborations; global social justice in scholarly communication, and the benefits of cross-national and international investigations.
The Role of Open Access in Enhancing Equitable Curricula and Research Outputs: Global Context