Date of Graduation
Doctor of Education in Higher Education (EdD)
Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders
Michael S. Hevel
Second Committee Member
John W. Murry Jr.
Campus, College, Community, Oregon, Shooting, Umpqua
The purpose of this dissertation was to examine the deadliest shooting that has happened on a community college campus. The following research questions guided this dissertation study: (1) What was the law enforcement response to the deadliest community college campus shooting in history? (2) Did previous mass shootings inform the law enforcement response to the deadliest community college campus shooting? (3) What implications for practice can be derived by studying the deadliest of these shootings? This case study utilized multiple sources of information, from official police reports, official institutional reports, archives of publications, and participant interviews from some of the law enforcement officers directly involved in the case.
Wilson, T. P. (2018). A Case Study of the Umpqua Community College Shooting. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/2658