Announcements for Current Students

GROUP ADVISING FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP DOCTORAL COHORT 6

Thursday, September 10th, 6-7 pm, EB 246

This session will also be available via WebEx. (We will send out additional details regarding WebEx access prior to the 10th.) Campus and extension site students are encouraged to participate in this session. For those of you who are unable to attend, or who would like to revisit the information shared, this session will be recorded and archived for future viewing.
During this session, we will discuss the comprehensive exam and formation of dissertation committees (http://uncw.edu/ed/el/edd/comps.html). Dr. Faircloth, the Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership, would also like to obtain feedback regarding the Ed.D. program (e.g., issues, concerns, things that are going well). We will stay 30 minutes after this session to answer individual questions.

We look forward to meeting with you on the 10th.

For additional information, contact:

Michele Parker, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Doctoral Program Coordinator
parkerma@uncw.edu

Susan C. Faircloth, Ph.D.
Professor & Chair, Educational Leadership Department
faircloths@uncw.edu


STUDENT TRAVEL ASSISTANCE DEADLINE APPOACHING

The next deadline for the Department of Educational Leadership Student Travel Assistance program is Wednesday, September 30. For more information about how to apply, please click here.


FALL 2015 ADVISING INFORMATION

Students are encouraged to take no more than 6 credit hours each semester. For advising, please contact Dr. Michele Parker – parkerma@uncw.edu.

Fall classes begin on Wednesday, August 19, 2015. First class on-campus is Monday, August 24, 2015.

Registration will open in April and close on August 26, 2015.

Applications to graduate for Fall 2015 are due September 15, 2015.

Cohort 4

Fall 2015

Students should be in the dissertation phase. All students need two sections of EDL 699 to complete their degree.

Cohort 5

Fall 2015

Students should be in the dissertation phase. All students need two sections of EDL 699 to complete their degree.

Cohort 6

Fall 2015

Check in with your advisor and register for the following courses:

On campus Ed. Administration students:

On campus Curriculum & Instruction students:

On campus Higher Ed students:


James Sprunt Cohort:

There will be no on-site classes this fall semester.  Classes will either be online or WebEx sessions.

Ed. Administration students:

Curriculum & Instruction students:


Sandhills Cohort:

Ed Administration:

Curriculum and Instruction:

There are a variety of electives available to you. Please review the schedule on Seanet or contact me for suggestions. Make sure you are following your program audit.  Some suggestions include:  EDL 630 Today's College Student, EDL 643 Quantitative Research, EDL 642 Program Evaluation, EDL 650 Foundations of Higher Education, EDL 651 Student Development Theory, EDL 652 Critical Issues in Higher Ed, EDL 665 Curriculum Studies, EDL 693 Practicum in College Teaching, or EDL 695 Adult Learning Principles.

Cohort 7

Fall 2015

Check in with your advisor and register for the following courses:

On campus Ed. Administration students:

On campus Curriculum & Instruction students:

On campus Higher Ed students:


Sandhills Cohort:

Curriculum & Instruction students:

Ed. Administration students:


James Sprunt Cohort (regardless of concentration):


For questions, contact Dr. Michele Parker, Program Coordinator, at parkerma@uncw.edu.



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