Students enrolling In EDCL 799 should see their Advisor for assistance about the number of dissertation credits that are appropriate for this semester.
This course is not delivered by distance media; it is driven by an agreement between the instructor and the student. Typical examples are thesis, research, internship, and other courses where the objectives and activities are determined jointly by the instructor and the student. In most cases, the agreement on course activities and objectives is reached with the student and advisor or instructor before enrollment in the course. During the course, the instructor and student communicate by any convenient means, usually phone and email.
This course can be applied towards:
Ph.D. Professional Studies (Adult-Higher Education Administration, Organizational Behavior), Iowa State University; M.Ed. Student personnel Administration, Colorado State University; B.A. Social Work, Colorado State University; Institute of Higher Education Management, Harvard University.
Dr. Kuk currently is CUL Program Chair and Associate Professor at CSU. Her teaching areas are in higher education administration, organizational behavior, higher education finance, leadership and student development and adult learning.
Dr. Sharon K. Anderson is an Associate Professor in the School of Education with a special appointment in the Department of Psychology at Colorado State University. Among other courses, Dr. Anderson teaches Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling, Mental Health Issues, and Educational Psychology.
Dr. Anderson received her Ph.D. from the University of Denver in 1993 in the field of counseling psychology, and has worked as a psychotherapist and as a university staff psychologist.
Learn more at: http://soe.cahs.colostate.edu/FacultyStaff/SharonAnderson/
Dr. James Banning
James Banning, Ph.D., is a professor of education and psychology at Colorado State University. Because of his experience as a professor, psychotherapist, and university administrator, Dr. Banning has developed an interest in the impact of the environment on human behavior. His latest research explores how physical features (architecture, signs, etc.) of the environment communicate to its inhabitants.
Dr. William Timpson
Dr. William M. Timpson is a professor in the School of Education at Colorado State University. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in American History from Harvard University, Bill went on to teach junior and senior high school in the inner city of Cleveland, Ohio before completing a doctoral degree in educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While continuing to work with teachers and staff at various levels of schooling, he has written extensively on postsecondary instruction and innovation. Along with numerous articles, chapters and grants, he has written or co-authored eleven books including several that address issues of diversity, sustainability, peace and reconciliation.
Dr. Gene Gloeckner is a professor with the School of Education. He has taught research design and grant writing courses for over 15 years. He has a successful record of winning grants from federal agencies (NSF, U.S. Department of Education, USIA), state agencies foundations, and corporations.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Foley is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Colorado State University. After attending CSU and earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, Jeff spent 20 years as an outdoor educator, mountain guide, and emergency services technician. Jeff earned a Master of Arts in the Adult Education and Training program from CSU. During this time Jeff served as an adjunct instructor and program coordinator in the Outdoor Studies program at Colorado Mountain College. Jeff completed his Ph.D. in education at CSU.
Jeff currently instructs for the Adult Education and Training program facilitating the exploration of adult learning theory; adult teaching theory and facilitation processes and methods; training design and evaluation; the psychology of learning and learning transfer; and leadership development.
Jeff's research interests include experiential teaching and learning; adult learner self-world view; assessment and evaluation; and leadership.
James Folkestad is an associate professor with the School of Education at Colorado State University.
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