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Great news for the Hybrid PhD program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology! Dr. Christine Greenhow, Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor position here at Michigan State. She will begin as an EPET faculty member in January, 2012.
Michelle Schira Hagerman, a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at MSU, has received a $20,000 award to support her dissertation research on online reading comprehension. The one year fellowship, which runs from September 2011 to September 2012, comes from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Great news for the Hybrid PhD program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, CEPSE, and the College of Education! CEP 933 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research II has been selected as the Best Fully Online Course in the 2011 MSU-AT&T Instructional Technology Awards Competition.
Great news for the Hybrid PhD program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology: The MSU Graduate School residency requirement is waived! During the holiday break, we learned that the residency requirement, i.e., the need to be on campus two consecutive semesters, has been waived for the EPET Hybrid PhD program. Students no longer have to worry about being *required* to spend some face-to-face time during the fall semester of the third year on campus at MSU. It has become optional.
The Hybrid PhD program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology kicked off the fall semester with a set of program enhancements and an intense schedule of reading diverse literature in preparation for the first meeting of CEP 951 – Technology, Society and Culture.
At the time of the last EduTech Today Newsletter, the EPET hybrid Ph.D. program was in the throws of a massive recruitment and response operation tending to an avalanche of interest and inquiries. Just two months later, with less than four weeks to go before the kick-off of the first ever hybrid PhD program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at Michigan State University, the faculty are pleased to announce that the program is a go!
Hot off the press! Fellowships available for students admitted to hybrid Ph.D. whose applications are received by May 1st. As the May 1st deadline for the hybrid PhD is quickly approaching, we thought we would highlight some of the most frequently asked questions. As always, if additional questions arise, do not hesitate to contact the hybrid Ph.D. program coordinator Dr. Robin Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org)