Cameron Sublett, a doctoral student at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education (GGSE), is the recipient of an Emerging Scholars Award from the University of California Center – Sacramento (UCCS). He was recognized for excellence in public policy research.
Sublett’s research on online learning and student achievement, specifically at the community college level, aims to inform policymakers and school administrators on how online learning contributes to the success of community college students in transferring to four-year colleges and universities.
Also the recipient of the 2015 Graduate Scholar Award, an annual award presented to select UCSB graduate students researching education, learning and policy, Sublett currently teaches in the communication department at Santa Barbara City College. Working with his UCSB advisor, GGSE professor Michael Gottfried, he also conducts research on STEM classes in high school. Other research pursuits include the California Dropout Research Project, directed by Russell Rumberger, a professor in the GGSE.