Marshall’s EdD Students & Graduates Go Far

Dr. Melanie White, 2012 C&I graduate, was recently awarded 2017 Assistant Principal of the Year by the West Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals.

Dr. Jay Wildt, a December 2016 graduate of Marshall’s EdD Program in Curriculum and Instruction, won first place in the Faculty Research category at the University of Charleston’s recent Ideas, Invention, and Innovation Exhibition held April 19 in the new Russell and Martha Wehrle Innovation Center on the University of Charleston campus.  Dr. Wildt’s presentation was the final step in a juried competition where more than 100 students, faculty, and staff presented their work and competed for more than $20,000. in prizes and awards. Dr. Wildt’s presentation, A Study of Outcome-Based Educational Interventions and Moral Development of Undergraduate College Students, was an outgrowth of his dissertation completed in December 2016. Two other EdD Program graduates and University of Charleston faculty members, Dr. Beth Pauley and Dr. Janet Rorrer, also presented their research during the event.

Dr. Tamara Gravano, recent graduate of the doc program, has been featured in the Marshall Newsletter for her appointment to the board of directors for Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy.

One of our doc students, Amy Gannon, was recently featured in a short radio story on Huntington’s kitchen. Check it out here.

Kim White, doc student and Director of Military and Veterans Affairs, recently made the news! Here is the story from Stars and Stripes. The story also appeared in the  Charleston Gazette.

Laura McCollough, doc student and Vice President at BridgeValley Community and Technical College, was recently quoted in the Logan Banner.