Administrative Affairs and Graduate Education
In the area of continuous improvement, we provide support for faculty and administrators as they engage in self-study, program revision, and reporting to various accreditation and review bodies (e.g., NCATE, AQIP, CACREP, APA, etc.). We gather, maintain, and manage data for operations and accountability. Our staff in 409 White Hall focuses on these responsibilities.
In the area of Graduate Education, we are responsible for admissions to graduate programs (masters, educational specialist, doctor of philosophy, doctor of audiology) for the four schools in our college:
- School of Health Sciences (HS)
- School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration (FLA)
- School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES)
- School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies (TLC)
Our staff in 418 White Hall are also responsible for managing and maintaining graduate student files, forms, and information about programs. For more specific information, check: Office of Graduate Student Services.
Please take time to drop in and say hello in both of our offices in 409 White Hall and 418 White Hall or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catherine Hackney, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs and Graduate Education