The School of Educational Research, Leadership, and Technology Research Evening (formerly, the ASRM Research Evening) has been an end-of-semester tradition since spring, 2003. This mini research conference represents the culmination of students' semester long research projects and was designed to serve as the final research presentation for students enrolled in various research-related courses. The May, 2009 Research Evening included presentations from students enrolled in SRM 600 (Introduction to Graduate Research), SRM 627 (Survey Research Methods), SRM 641 (Mixed Methods Research), SRM 680 (Qualitative Research Methods), SRM 687 (Narrative Inquiry), ET 784 (Doctoral Seminar in Educational Technology II) and HESA 781 (Collaborative Inquiry for Scholar Leaders). Faculty sponsors were Monica Geist, Susan Hutchinson, Heng-yu Ku, Maria Lahman, Robert Pearson and Katrina Rodriguez Over 90 students participated in the May event, representing numerous colleges and program areas including: Applied Statistics & Research Methods, Biological Education, Counselor Education & Supervision, Counseling Psychology, Educational Psychology, Educational Studies, Educational Technology, Geoscience Education, Higher Education & Student Affairs Leadership, School Psychology, Social Psychology of Sport & Physical Activity, Special Education, Sport Administration, and Sport Pedagogy. Typically, many of the students go on to use this foundational research experience for their dissertation research, national conference presentations and article publications. Right: Dr. Berlinda Saenz and Watsatree Diteeyont from the Educational Technology Program attending the research evening.