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The first cohort of students enrolled in Fontbonne’s flagship doctoral program, an Ed.D in Collaborative High Impact Instruction, will graduate in May 2021 after completing their dissertation hours that begin this fall. The Ed.D. is a 51-hour program that most students complete in three years. It is designed to support leaders in a variety of...
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Karen Gedera graduated from Fontbonne University in 1965 with a mathematics degree. After a long career with Boeing and managing her own consulting business, Gedera became increasingly involved with Fontbonne. In May of 2020, she became the first female and alumna to serve as chair of Fontbonne’s Board of Trustees. We recently sat down with...
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Fontbonne biological sciences professor Dr. Stephenie Paine-Saunders recognized an opportunity to inspire young scientists during a 2018 zebrafish workshop in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where she attended a presentation by Dr. Steven Farber. Dr. Farber, a scientific researcher at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Baltimore, Maryland, is the co-creator and scientific advisor of BioEYES, a...
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Fontbonne’s new president, Dr. Nancy Blattner, officially took office on July 1, 2020. Her desk isn’t even set up yet, but she’s already hard at work preparing for the fall semester! She took a quick break this week, though, to answer some questions about her hidden talents, pets, favorite travel spots, goals for the university...
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Debra Roberts, a 1979 graduate of Fontbonne University, was recently named a 2020 Commonwealth Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women. The award recognizes women from across Massachusetts who perform unheralded acts that make their homes, neighborhoods, cities and towns better places to live. “I was surprised and honored to be named...
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According to a survey conducted by the higher education market research firm Art & Science Group, about one in six high school seniors say they definitely or most likely will change their plans to attend college this fall because of the coronavirus. Of those, 16 percent say they will take a gap year. A gap...
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After earning two associate’s degrees in General Transfer Studies and Teaching from St. Louis Community College, Darion Williams knew he needed to transfer to a four-year university in order to pursue a career in education. Williams wanted to remain in St. Louis, so he started looking at local schools offering bachelor’s degree programs in education....
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Beginning in the summer of 2020, new students employed by Fontbonne University’s corporate partners will receive a 20 percent discount on graduate tuition. The discount will also apply to former employees who left their positions or were furloughed in 2020, as well as members of an employee’s immediate family. Students who qualify for the new...
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EdD Students
Fontbonne established its flagship doctoral program — an Ed.D. in Collaborative High Impact Instruction — in the summer of 2018. The program is based on a cohort model, with new students entering in groups of 10–12 annually each May/June and continuing together for three years. The first cohort of students will graduate in May 2021....
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