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EdD Program

EdD with a concentration in
Educational Technology & Leadership

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The 15th Annual Dr. Roger J. Duthoy Scholarship Program

The Boyer School of Education faculty will select one individual to receive a full scholarship to William Howard Taft University’s nationally accredited Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program or Ed.D. with a concentration in Educational Technology and Leadership.

The award, valued in excess of $20,000.00 will include all tuition and related fees. (The award recipient is only responsible for the costs of books and materials, which can be obtained through many online sources.)

In addition to the full scholarship, a limited number of partial scholarships may also be awarded to other qualified individuals.

Detailed information on the Programs can be found on the University’s website or in the University’s General Catalog and the Catalog Supplement for the Program.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2014.

Last Year's Scholarship Winner

William Howard Taft University is pleased to announce the 14th Annual Roger J. Duthoy Scholarship recipient is Stephanie McInerney from Meridian, Idaho.

Ms. McInerney is currently a faculty member at the College of Western Idaho. She impressed the scholarship review committee with her diverse background in science education and industry.

In addition to her duties at the College of Western Idaho, Ms. McInerney serves as an associate scientist for the J.R. Simplot Co. Her academic background is in the biological sciences where she completed a master’s degree in Cell and Developmental Biology from the Oregon Health and Science University and a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Nevada.

Ms. McInerney’s previous education experience includes teaching science to 5th – 9th graders in Taiwan and serving as a principal for a charter academy. Her immediate goal upon completion of the doctorate is to work with students and faculty in the growing area of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

"I am so thrilled to receive this scholarship to pursue my doctorate in education. I know that this opportunity will enable me to become a better educator and hopefully one day an administrator for students pursuing their undergraduate degrees in the exciting fields encompassed by STEM departments across the country."

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