[Reentry-ed] Special Education Doctoral Leadership Funding
TLisant at schools.nyc.gov
Thu Feb 2 16:01:35 EST 2012
looks like unique ( and rare) opportunity…
From: David E. Houchins & Kris Varjas [mailto:ProjectLeaders at gsu.edu]
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2012 3:07 PM
To: Lisante Tim
Subject: [Title I, Part D Listserv] Special Education Doctoral Leadership Funding
We would like to make you aware of a current doctoral funding opportunity entitled Project Leaders <http://education.gsu.edu/projectleaders/docs/Project_flyer.pdf> (Leaders in Exceptionalities Alternative and Delinquency-related Environments through Research and Scholarship). Please share this information with those interested in obtaining a doctorate in special education and others you deem to be appropriate. Funding is available to support doctoral students who want to obtain their Ph.D. in Special Education with an emphasis on academics and mental health issues of students in alternative schools. We are funded through the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education. (H325D110030).
Project Leaders is housed at Georgia State University in the College of Education and within the Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education and the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services in Atlanta, Georgia. The total potential 5-year funding package for each scholar is approximately $175,000. Details on specific funding amounts are provided on the Web site linked below.
Project Leaders will prepare six select diverse, highly qualified doctoral-level professionals who will be future higher education leaders in special education. Students will be trained to provide effective leadership through research, service, and teaching upon graduation. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to be able to start in the fall of 2012. Please see our Web page at http://education.gsu.edu/projectleaders/ <http://education.gsu.edu/projectleaders/> for complete details.
Please email Drs. Houchins and/or Varjas at ProjectLeaders at gsu.edu for additional information. You may call Dr. Houchins at 404-413-8338 or Dr. Varjas at 404-413-8190.
Thank you for sharing the information, and we look forward to hearing from you!
David E. Houchins, Ph.D.
Kris Varjas, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
College of Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education
P.O. Box 3979
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3979
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