Dr. Rebecca Cory: Rethinking your Course Using Universal Design

Dr. Rebecca Cory: Rethinking your Course Using Universal Design

Think for a moment about the students who have taken your classes in the past. Who are they? How old are they? What background do they come from? What gender? What race? How many of them speak English as a first language?…

Student Profile: Rob Darling

Student Profile: Rob Darling

Full time teacher, full time dad, full time Doctoral student, and brand new Principal…Rob Darling has his hands full! Darling is an involved father, raising his six kids, ages one to 16 years, he says his house is full of…

Getting a Doctorate at CityU – is it for you?

You want to go back to school. You are excited about the possibility of a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Leadership from an accredited university. You are worried about money, time, other commitments, if you will get the exposure to…

Doctoral Program Librarian - Support Every Step of the Way

Doctoral Program Librarian – Support Every Step of the Way

Tammy Salman is the doctoral program librarian, offering doctoral students around the world support every step of the way. Recently, she went as far as getting the only copy of a dissertation sent from a university in South Africa, to assist a…

CityU's Division of Doctoral Studies Hosted Second Leadership Forum

CityU’s Division of Doctoral Studies Hosted Second Leadership Forum

CityU’s Division of Doctoral Studies hosted its second leadership forum on June 24th and 25th, and invited award-winning author, executive coach, and avid story-teller, Stephen Josephs, to facilitate the sessions. 26 executive-level leaders from around the Seattle area attended the…

One of CityU's Doctoral Faculty - Featured on The Today Show!

One of CityU’s Doctoral Faculty – Featured on The Today Show!

One of CityU’s doctoral faculty members, Dr. Dani Babb, was featured on The Today Show on the 4th of July! Check out a video of her here. Dr. Babb is an author, professor and television commentator for major news networks….