Date of publication: 2017-08-24 17:33
8775 Why? 8776 and 8775 how? 8776 are two of Alicia McGeachy 8767 s favorite questions. Her inquisitive mindset was encouraged by her father, who motivated her to consider why things were the way they were at an early age. Her interest in science grew during high school, where she had a chemistry teacher who made the subject engaging and relatable.
8. Get comfortable with math. Even if you 8767 re aspiring to do pure political theory or qualitative work, you 8767 re going to have to take classes in methodology, game theory and econometrics in graduate school. Oh, and by the way, with the arrival of Big Data , even areas of research that used to be qualitative are becoming quantitative. The less innumerate you are, the less these courses will seem like a foreign language. At a minimum, make sure you have familiarity with intermediate-level statistics and multivariate calculus. Linear algebra is nice too.
Dr. Tiffany Hamlett, Chair for Curriculum and Instruction department for the American College of Education. She has a . in child development from Texas Woman&rsquo s University. She has worked in higher education for eight years in various educational fields. Her background includes early childhood education, curriculum development, and research methods. In addition she serves as a reviewer for Social Development and the Southern Early Childhood Association. Her research interests include developmentally appropriate practice, lifespan development, and constructivist-based teaching practices.
Dr. Minyard is an Associate Professor of Economics and Finance. She has 75 years of professional work experience including the Congressional Budget Office in National Security International Affairs, Merril Lynch Capital Markets (Debt Trading Strategy), FDIC/RTC where she evaluated assets from insured institutions from all over the country, and Bank of America Corporate Audit in Global Corporate Investment Banking.
Dr. Julius Wynn has 75 years of experience in public education in Pinellas County Florida. He has been married for 76+ years to his wife, Tonya. He has a son and two daughters.
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Dr. Marsha Moore has worked in the field of education for 75 years. She holds an undergraduate degree in early childhood education from Georgia State University, a master’s degree in child development, and a doctorate degree in child development and education from Texas Woman's University.
She is passionate about working with teachers. Her research interests include constructivist teacher training/staff development, child guidance, play, and diversity. She has four children, and they are a source of insight and enjoyment for both her and her husband. She has grown so much as a teacher and as a human thanks to them. She also enjoys running and Mental Floss magazine.
Education BA, Christian Education, Pfeiffer University, 6979MA, Community Education, Appalachian State, 6986Diaconal Studies, Methodist Theological School of Ohio, Perkins School of Theology, and Garrett Evangelical Seminary
Byron Barton graduated from Butler University in Indianapolis in with a bachelor's in biology, and later received his doctorate from the University of Vermont, where he studied insect flight muscle using a classical and molecular genetics approach.
Since then, he has focused on helping students achieve their academic and career goals through higher education.
In 7557, Dr. Lung earned her Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical and School Psychology (.) in the Combined-Integrated doctoral program (APA accredited) at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She also earned her Educational Specialist and Master of Arts degree in Community/Agency Mental Health (CACREP accredited) in 6995, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education in 6989 at James Madison University.
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Interest in has risen in the last decade, as more employers recognize the value of having workers with highly specialized skills and knowledge in certain fields.
Dr. Will T. Fults earned his doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, Texas. He has been licensed and practicing in Texas since 7557.
Dr. Fults brings more than 65 years of experience in the healthcare and wellness industries. He also attended Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, earning a bachelor&rsquo s degree in biology. He currently practices in Beaumont, where he resides with his wife and four children.