The Literacy and Language doctoral program is a research-oriented program culminating with a dissertation. The program focuses on the development of a core knowledge base, with additional coursework to supplement and extend that knowledge base.
Also, they will have the opportunity to network and interact with the Grants Program Governing Board, senior scholars and researchers, other graduate students who use large-scale datasets in their research, and representatives from key federal agencies such as the National Center for Educational Statistics, the National Science Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Education.
Lloyd Alexander Scholarship (Literacy and Language) Susan Carlson Harbridge Scholarship (Literacy and Language) Graduate School Summer Research Grants Graduate School Summer Research Grants provide two months of dissertation research support for doctoral students who have been exclusively teaching during both of the preceding academic semesters.
Education professionals seeking the Doctor of Education (EdD) degree are required to make an original contribution to the field of education. The purpose of this course is to help educators begin that process by introducing them to the steps for developing the components of the dissertation—its timeline and available resources.
Dissertation Grants are available for advanced doctoral students and are intended to support the student while writing the doctoral dissertation.; Research Grants are available for faculty at institutions of higher education, postdoctoral researchers, and other doctoral-level scholars.; Note: Applications for both the grants are encouraged from a variety of disciplines, such as but not limited.
College of Education Dissertation Support Grants. Every spring, the College of Education Research Committee solicits applications for doctoral dissertation support grants to be made to College of Education doctoral candidates in the coming academic year.
Our doctorate aims to prepare first-rate scholars and practitioners. Your pathway is highly customizable, so you can tailor your degree to your specific career goals and interests in areas such as history, social studies, and global education; literacy education; mathematics education; early childhood and childhood education; science and environmental education; urban education; or special.
This program leads to a Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership with a specialization in Language, Literacy, and Social Inquiry.The Ph.D. specialization in Language, Literacy, and Social Inquiry (LLSI) provides students with a broad conceptual understanding of language and literacy research and offers a choice between two areas of focus within the program: Applied Linguistics and.