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Joint PhD Program in Education

Her Publishes in Multicultural Education

Chia Her recently published an article in Multicultural Education.

De La Garza Wins Awards and Presents in Greece

Tom De La Garza was recently awarded the Tae Han Kim Award, wins essay competition, and presents at ATINER Conference.

Iffland Wins Achievement Award & SRS Dean's Award

Aaron Iffland was recently awarded the Program Achievement Award and a Dean's Award at the SDSU SRS.

2014 Graduation Reception

On May 15, 2014, the SDSU/CGU Joint Ph.D. Program in Education held a reception to honor the recent and soon-to-be graduates at the SDSU Faculty Staff Club.

Washington Presents at CSCC Conference

Michael L. Washington presented a poster at the 56th Annual Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CCSC) Conference held in Washington, D.C.

Santa Cruz Wins Latina Champion Award

Dr. Rafaela Santa Cruz was recently named Latina Champion-Teacher of the Year by the Union-Tribune San Diego.
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      Discover the diverse research and teaching expertise of our faculty.
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    • Dissertations in the library
      Examine a list of dissertations completed by our graduates.
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      Take a look at a sampling of courses offered in our program.

    Welcome to the internet home of the Joint Ph.D. Program in Education offered by San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University. Here you will find information about the program, its cooperating universities and faculty, students and graduates, and news about upcoming events. Enjoy your visit!

     

    The mission of the Joint Ph.D. Program in Education offered by San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University is to develop scholars who are committed to research on democratic schooling, social justice and equal educational outcomes for all students, and the improvement of educational systems serving diverse communities. How can we develop schools and colleges that are more responsive to such communities? How can we make sense of the complexity of educational organizations, the communities they serve, and the environments in which they operate? If you are anxious to contribute to the knowledge base that supports creation of educational programs and systems that are more democratic and more effective, the SDSU/CGU Joint Ph.D. Program in Education offers the benefits of a large, comprehensive public university and a small private university with a transdisciplinary emphasis.

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