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Howard Grad. School?? Posted on 06-08-2007
DEEliciouS

Anybody in any grad program@ Howard? I am a senior at a PWI and God willing, I will be at Howard Fall'08 for grad school. Any advice, tips, opinions?? Oh yea, when I graduate I will have a Bachelor's in Early/Elementary Education with a minor in African-American Studies. I want to get my Masters of Arts in Education.
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theTRUTH replied on 06-08-2007 11:32PM [Reply]
DEEliciouS wrote:
Anybody in any grad program@ Howard? I am a senior at a PWI and God willing, I will be at Howard Fall'08 for grad school. Any advice, tips, opinions?? Oh yea, when I graduate I will have a Bachelor's in Early/Elementary Education with a minor in African-American Studies. I want to get my Masters of Arts in Education.
Our graduate schools are on point. I hear nothing but good things about the School of Education. I would advise that you stay on the howard.edu website for admissions updates and for scholarship info.
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Blutifully Human from Washington, DC replied on 06-09-2007 05:19PM [Reply]

I would have to concur. I hear the School of Education is pretty good as well. I'm no expert on it tho, so you can check the website for more info or to see if the programs that they have are suitable to your liking. Howard University School of Education Home Page
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replied on 06-11-2007 11:02AM [Reply]
Thanks. Yes I have looked on the School of Ed. website, and have started on my application already (yea I know it's pretty early, but I need to get a head start).
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Blutifully Human from Washington, DC replied on 06-11-2007 11:21AM [Reply]

it's never too early to concentrate on your future. So I say the sooner the better. Procrastination is the devil lol
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replied on 06-11-2007 05:16PM [Reply]
Yea I am battling with procrastination now.I figure if I start now-by Nov./Dec. I should be straight lol.
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theTRUTH replied on 06-12-2007 02:04AM [Reply]
And to further solidify the fact that you are making an EXCELLENT decision by choosing to attend the MECCA: School of Education Students Named 2007 Rockefeller Fellows Howard University juniors Nicole Golden, Ayesha Jeter and Norma Rosa, have been awarded the 2007 Rockefeller Brothers Fundís (RBF) Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color. Each Fellow receives up to $22,100 over a five-year period that begins this summer and ends after completion of three years of public school teaching. This year's selection process was unusually competitive said Dr. Leslie T. Fenwick, dean of the School of Education. "Howard University and Brown University were the only institutions to have each of their applicants accepted as Fellows," Fenwick added. "I am proud that these young women -- who represent our best and brightest -- have chosen to pursue the high calling of teaching." Fellows are required to complete a summer project between their junior and senior years. Planned jointly by Fellows and their mentors, the projects provide students with direct teaching experience with children or youth. Projects are presented at a summer workshop, which will be held this year from August 2-5 in the Washington, D.C. area. Established in 1991, the Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color initiative is a key component of the Charles E. Culpeper Human Advancement program. The Fellowship recognizes the vitally important role of education in human advancement and seeks to increase the number of highly qualified teachers of color in K-12 public education in the United States. For more on the 2007 Fellows and the Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color, visit Welcome to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Web Site.
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