NCE Doctoral Scholarship
Applications for the 2015 – 2016 academic year will be accepted from August 4 – September 2, 2015.
National Louis University is pleased to provide doctoral scholarship opportunities for qualified students. Eligible students must be fully admitted to a doctoral program in the College of Arts and Sciences or National College of Education. Eligible programs include:
College of Arts and Sciences:
- Ph.D. in Community Psychology
National College of Education:
- Ed.D. in Curriculum and Social Inquiry
- Ed.D. in Disability and Equity in Education
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
- Ed.D. in School Psychology
- Ed.D./Ed.S. in Reading and Language
Applying for the Doctoral Scholarship:
- Complete the required application
- CAS Doctoral Application
- NCE Doctoral Application
- Complete the 2015 – 2016 FAFSA
Past Recipients and their Dissertations
Diane Novak - Shared Governance in an Adult Education Doctoral Program: "Self-Directed Learning meets Democratic Process" – A Delicate Balance of Intent, Implementation, and Impact
Jacqueline Callery - Enough with Color-blind Classrooms! Giving African-American Students a Voice in Constructing Their Learning Experience
Veronica Buckley - Life in a Banquet: Who is Staying for Dessert and Why? Discussing Women Aging Vibrantly
Charlene Blockinger - On Closer Scrutiny: Workplace Educators Examine Meaning of Intercultural Competence
Tania Giordani - Fired Up! The Motivation of Parent Advocates in the Public School System
**You can find some of Dr. Giordani's research titled "All Children Are Our Children" by clicking here.
Dianne Ramdeholl - It Must Be Told: Stories of Dreams, Hope, and Possibility from the Open Book
Wendy Yanow - Autobiography as Counter-Narrative: An Empirical Study of How Race Enters and Structures the Stories of our Life Experience
**You can find Dr. Yanow's presented research by clicking here.
Melany Cueva - Readers Theatre: An Organic Inquiry in Alaska Awakening
**There are a limited number of doctoral scholarships available to students in the National College of Education and the College of Arts and Science. Please contact your faculty advisor for additional information.