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2016 Committees

Dissertation in Practice Award Committee 

The Dissertation in Practice (DiP) of the Year Award Committee is comprised of a group of CPED faculty members who work collaboratively over the course of an award cycle receive and review DiP submissions from member institution graduates and select an annual award winner(s) that offers an exemplar of the CPED definition of Dissertation in Practice.  The Award process is both a means to honor exemplars from member institutions and a means to learn about the changes to dissertations that strengthen, improve, support, and promote the CPED framework through continued collaboration and investigation.

Co-Chairs
Kristina Hesbol, University of Denver                           
Carol Kochhar-Bryant, The George Washington University      

Members

BetsAnn Smith, Michigan State University                        
Cheri Magill, Virginia Commonwealth University          
Kelly Summers, Northern Illinois University                      
James Bartlett, North Carolina State University                
Maida Finch, Salisbury University

Program of the Year Award Committee

The Program of the Year Award Committee (PoYAC) will be comprised of a group of CPED faculty members who work collaboratively over the course of a yearly award cycle to select an annual award winner(s) that is an exemplar of a CPED-influenced EdD Program. The award process will honor member institutions that have used the CPED framework to strengthen, improve, support and strengthen their program, investigate their work, and distinguish their EdD.

Co-Chairs

Miriam Ezzani, University of North Texas
Amy Wells Dolan, University of Mississippi

Members

Charlene Trovato, University of Pittsburgh
Elan Paulson, Western University (Canada)
Judith Munter, San Francisco State University
Jason Laker, San Jose State University
Chris Ray, North Dakota State University

New Member Committee

The New Members Committee will be comprised of a group of CPED faculty members who work collaboratively with each other and CPED’s Board of Directors to design and implement an application process for admitting a new phase of CPED members. The committee’s work will expand CPED membership as well as learn from the needs and challenges of applicants. It will work to grow the consortium and strengthen, improve, support and promote the CPED framework through continued collaboration, investigation.

Co-Chairs
Stephanie Jones, Texas Tech University
Jill Perry, CPED

Members
Lauri Johnson, Boston College
Anna DiStefano, Fielding Graduate School
Nancy Dana, University of Florida
Jennifer Fellabaum, University of Missouri-Columbia

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