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- GWU Doctoral Student Pushes Past Language Barrier to Complete Curriculum and Instruction Degree
- Gardner-Webb’s Hunt School of Nursing Offers Accelerated RN to BSN Option
- Gardner-Webb Model United Nations Team Brings Home Record Number of Awards
- Gardner-Webb Students Join Alpha Chi Honor Society
- GWU Associate Professor Attends Meetings Between Baptist and Catholic Representatives
- Gardner-Webb University Plans Events in Recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- ‘Return to Me’ Theme of Celebration Week Services at Gardner-Webb
- GWU Announces Tuition Freeze for GOAL—The Degree Completion Program for Undergraduates
- Gardner-Webb Trumpet Summit Features Three Acclaimed Musicians
- GWU Godbold School of Business and Walmart Distribution Center Announce Partnership
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Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction Archive
Posted on January 17, 2020 | No CommentsThanh-Thuy T. Nguyen, ’19, Wanted to Quit, but GWU Professors Encouraged her to Pursue Her Dream Give Thanh-Thuy T. Nguyen a complicated mathematical problem, and she calculates the answer in a few minutes. But ask her to read a book on curriculum theory and […]
Posted on July 3, 2017 | No CommentsJulie Stanley ’17 Aspires to Help Pre-Service Teachers Develop Skills Julie Stanley of Winston-Salem, N.C., taught elementary students for nearly 10 years. Now, she’s preparing to stand in front of a classroom of adults. A 2017 graduate of Gardner-Webb University with a Doctor of Education […]
Posted on June 13, 2017 | No CommentsCynthia E. Wortham ‘17 Learned How to Use Research to Evaluate Instructional Programs When Cynthia E. Wortham completed her School Administration Certificate at Gardner-Webb University in 2014, she was energized and ready for the next step. “That ‘forever-a-student’ part of me became as strong as […]
Posted on September 23, 2016 | No CommentsAngela Hines (’16) Improves Skills in Leadership and Decision-Making When Angela Hines (’16) of Statesville, N.C., decided it was time to earn the doctorate she always wanted, she chose her program carefully. After researching different colleges and talking to colleagues, Hines enrolled in the curriculum […]
Posted on August 26, 2016 | No CommentsClasses Challenge Roberta F. Callaway (’16) to be a Conduit for Change BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – While working on her Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction at Gardner-Webb, Roberta F. Callaway (’16) of Stantonsburg, N.C., was asked to complete a self-assessment. The exercise in […]
Posted on August 15, 2016 | No CommentsKatrissa Fisher (‘17) Uses Knowledge to Encourage High School Students to Graduate Urged by her principal to pursue an administrative degree, Katrissa Fisher (’17) of Winterville, N.C., decided to attend an information session about Gardner-Webb University. “After a discussion with the Gardner-Webb rep, I knew […]