The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate is a national effort aimed at strengthening the education doctorate, Ed.D.

CPED Dissertation in Practice of the Year Award

The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) is now accepting nominations for the 2014 outstanding Dissertation in Practice Award. This prestigious award is given to EdD graduate(s) whose DiP evidences their scholarly endeavors in impacting a complex problem of practice, and aligns with CPED working principles. Varied conceptualizations and methodologies are welcome.


CPED Expands and Goes International - Phase III New Members Welcomed!

The CPED Consortium is pleased to announce the addition of 33 new member institutions and four additional California State System campuses. Of this new cohort, CPED will have its first international membership with two institutions from Canada and one from New Zealand. With the addition of this third cohort of members, the CPED Consortium will total 87 schools or colleges of education working in collaboration to redesign the EdD.


Planning and Changing Journal Special Issue:
The Education Doctorate, A Degree for Our Times

Guest Editor: Jill Alexa Perry, Ph.D.,Co-Director CPED & Research Faculty, Duquesne University.
Now available on the journal’s website: http://planningandchanging.illinoisstate.edu/
To get a sneak preview, check out our Audio Teasers.


Position Postings

Several CPED Members have OPEN POSITIONS. Descriptions are available here.


Learn more about the CPED initiative:

 Working Principles for the Professional Practice Doctorate in Education and CPED Design Concept definitions

Consortium Members:

Non-Member Institutions: