EDUDEAF: Doctoral Study

Key Words: Deaf Education information, research studies

Subj: For Teachers working with deaf minority students
Date: 97-03-28 13:34:07 EST
From: myared@SMTP.AED.ORG (Michael Yared)
Sender: EDUDEAF@LSV.UKY.EDU (A Practical Discussion List Regarding Deaf Education)
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"The Center of Minority Research in Special Education (COMRISE) announces opportunities for doctoral study at the University of Virginia.

Focus on minority issues and research in special education; join a cadre of doctoral and postdoctoral students with similar interests and committments; link with postdoctoral students and mentors across the nation; participate in courses, seminars, workshops, travel, and internships; and earn a PhD in one of the nation's top-ranked programs.

Apply now for admission in June or September 1997. Review of applications will begin in February 1997. Applications should have the following: a master's degree in special education; experience in teacher special education, including teaching minority students; a commitment to research on minority issues in special education; and a commitment to a career in a HBCU or other minority institution.

Generous financial aid is available. The 3-year full-time program of study leads to graduation in the year 2000. For information and application materials, contact any of the projects co-principal investigators:

Daniel Hallahan, (804) 924-0756 dph@virginia.edu
Donna Ford-Harris (804) 924-0843 dyf7a@virginia.edu
James Kauffman (804) 924-0763 jmk9t@virginia.edu
Curry School of Education, 405 Emmet Street, Charlottesville, VA 22903"

Mike Yared

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