Arkansas Tech University Graduate College
The mission of the Graduate College of Arkansas Tech University is to encourage a diversity of ideas in a climate of academic freedom and integrity. Advanced degrees are designed to complement and enhance undergraduate programs.
The Graduate College is an advocate for graduate study and seeks partnership with other entities to accomplish our goals more efficiently. The Graduate College serves to nurture and preserve academic excellence by taking the lead in shaping policy and assisting faculty in guiding and mentoring graduate students in becoming accomplished and ethical scholars, researchers and practitioners in their disciplines.
Doctor of Education Dissertation Defense Schedule
|Student Name||Dissertation Title||Date||Time||Location|
|Keith McGee||School Transition from Elementary to Middle School: Perceptions from Economically Disadvantaged Students||02/15/2017||1:00 pm||CLL|
|Ivy Pfeffer||Arkansas’ Excellent Educator Workforce and Title II-A Funding||02/20/2017||1:00 pm||CLL|
|Tiffany Bone||School Board Leadership and Student Achievement: An Investigation of the Potential Relationship||02/21/2017||11:00 am||CLL|
|Cody Chatman||Hire, Train, Retain: Addressing the Arkansas Special Education Teacher Shortage||02/21/2017||1:00 pm||CLL|
|Christopher Johnson||How the Response to Intervention Model Utilized by an External Provider Impacts Student Achievement in an Urban Setting||02/21/2017||2:00 pm||CLL|
|Cynthia Rice||21st Century Teaching and Learning: The Perceptions and Practices of Teachers in Four Schools in One Arkansas School District||02/23/2017||4:00 pm||CLL|
|Keri Rathbun||Perceptions of School Counselors Regarding Barriers to Implementing the ASCA National Model||02/24/2017||10:00 am||CLL|
|Mary Ann Spears||An Investigation of the Superintendent Induction and Mentoring Program in Arkansas||02/27/2017||11:00 am||CLL|