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Educational leadership Ph.D. students selected for Clark seminar

Eugene T. Moore School of Education students Kenyae Reese and Matthew Della Sala have been selected to attend the renowned David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.

Eugene T. Moore School of Education students Kenyae Reese and Matthew Della Sala have been selected to attend the renowned David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.
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Two doctoral students in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education have been invited to attend the 34th annual David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.

Educational leadership doctoral students Kenyae Reese and Matthew Della Sala will take part in seminar, which brings together emerging educational leadership and policy scholars from the U.S. and world with noted researchers for presentations, discussion, and professional growth. Many graduates of the seminar become faculty members at major research institutions across the globe.

“This is a high honor for our students and our doctoral program,” said Rob Knoeppel, the School of Education’s chair of the faculty for leadership, counselor education and human and organizational development. “The Clark seminar is one of oldest and most prestigious of its kind in the country, and Matthew and Kenyae’s selection is evidence of the caliber of students we have in our doctoral program and the quality education they are receiving.”

The seminar is sponsored by the University Council for Educational Administration, the American Educational Research Association, and SAGE Publications, and will be held in Philadelphia, Penn., on April 2-3.



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January 17, 2014

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