On behalf of the PhD in Educational Studies faculty and staff, I wish you a rich and rewarding semester. As a reminder to the entire doctoral community, do send me updates to your bio, and forward any grants, funding and research opportunities that may be of value to others, for me to post. Let’s stay connected!
July residency always brings an exciting array of guests to campus, who enrich and inform our learning experiences. This summer we were honored to welcome the following guest presenters to the Lesley PhD in Educational Studies community.
Bill Henderson– Bill Henderson was an educator in the Boston Public Schools for 36 years. He was Continue reading
Audrey M. Dentith, Ph.D. (Penn State University) has been an educator for three decades. Her career began as an urban public school secondary teacher in Pennsylvania. She earned an M.S in Special Education from Bloomsburg State University. After 8 years as a public school teacher, she left to open a large childcare center in Northeastern PA where she held the position of Executive Director for several years. During this time, she earned an M.Ed from Temple University in Psycho-educational Processes, and also Continue reading
The May, 2012 Hooding Ceremony and commencement welcomed the largest group of Ph.D.s to the academic community of Lesley University’s history.
Read all about it in this Lesley News article on the 2012 Hooding ceremony.
Follow this link to read a report about Professor Judith Beth Cohen’s experience attending a study–travel tour to Ghana.