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*From:* Dennis Duncan <[log in to unmask]>
*Date:* March 14, 2014 at 3:05:25 PM EDT
*To:* Christa Steinkamp <[log in to unmask]>
*Subject:* *EdD Info*

  Hi Christa,

Would you please consider sharing the following information with our
colleagues?

Have a great weekend and thank you!
Dennis



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The UGA Workforce Education Program will be launching their second cohort
group of 20 doctoral students in the Fall semester of 2014.  This degree is
geared to the practicing Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher and
administrator which includes Agricultural Education; it offers working
teachers and administrators opportunities to learn and apply cutting edge
research and learning strategies that will have a direct connection to
improved learning and teaching in their educational setting.



Using a hybrid approach to deliver courses which combines online
instruction along with face-to-face class meetings at the UGA Griffin
campus (3 weeks online & 1 week face-to-face during a given month) plus a
focus for learning and research that is geared directly to the classrooms
and schools within the state we hope to attract top quality candidates for
this exciting degree opportunity.



I am attaching several documents that better describes the
Practitioner-Based Doctoral Degree, read these documents carefully and let
us know if you have further questions.  Deadline dates for completed
Graduate School applications to the Fall 2014 cohort group is April 15,
2014. Applications to the UGA Graduate School are done online through the
following website: http://www.grad.uga.edu/. <http://www.grad.uga.edu/>



If you are interested in learning more or just have additional questions
please feel free to contact Dr. Robert Wicklein ([log in to unmask]).