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Interdisciplinary Leadership Ed.D Information Sessions

Governors State University ~ College of Education - Room G261

                                                                                 

 Monday, September 23, 2019

 Monday, October 21, 2019

Monday, November 18, 2019

Monday, February 24, 2020

Monday, March 23, 2020  

Sample Agenda  

6:30pm – 6:40pm       Introductions

6:40pm – 7:10pm       Program Overview

7:10pm – 7:30pm       Q&A with Program Faculty

 

                                                    Early admission deadline is January 31, 2020

                    Early admission is required for graduate assistantship opportunities for Fall 2020

                                                    Regular admission deadline is April 1, 2020

 

To RSVP for this event, contact: Carla Johnson. Please include your desired concentration (Higher Education Administration, Not for Profit/Social Entrepreneurship, or Superintendency) in your RSVP email. 

INLD PowerPoint presentation can be accessed here.

  • Imelda_Macias

    Imelda Macias, INLD doctoral student

    The impact on my career was immediate! Through the strategic combination of core and concentration courses, along with the curriculum’s theoretical and practical approach, I have gained a comprehensive understanding of research, leadership and higher education as well as hands-on skills that are relevant and applicable at my job. In addition, the level of support, mentorship, accessibility, and genuine care from faculty has been invaluable and has contributed greatly to my success in the program!

  • Matthew-Cooney

    Dr. Matt Cooney, Assistant Professor in Higher Education Administration

    As a faculty member in the INLD Program, I work with students to co-create learning experiences that enhance their professional practice of leadership while simultaneously examining how their individual, group, and societal values impact how leadership manifests within various organizational contexts.

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