Educational Leadership Doctoral Candidates Present Research

December 6, 2010 at 6:56 pm

A dozen of the Capital Region’s education leaders will present their doctoral research on timely issues in education at The Sage Colleges School of Education’s 2nd Annual Research Colloquium on Tuesday, December 7.

The group of 12 doctoral candidates is the second cohort to complete the Doctorate in Educational Leadership program, the only one of its kind in the region.

The program will be held from 1-6 pm in the Opalka Gallery on the Albany Campus (140 New Scotland Ave.)

1 -1:15pm
Welcoming remarks:
Dr. Terry Weiner, Sage Provost
Dr. Lori Quigley, Dean of the School of Education

1:15-2:25pm
Emerging Initiatives for Leadership Development
Presenting candidates:
Fadhilika Atiba-Weza , Superintendent, Troy Central School District
Lori Caplan, High School Principal, Watervliet CSD
Sally Sharkey, Superintendent Cairo Durham CSD

2:30-3:40pm
Leading in a Time of Scarce Resources
Presenting candidates:
Nicole Eschler, CASDA Consultant
Maureen Long, Director of Curriculum Scotia Glenville CSD
Jerome Steele, Elementary Principal, North Colonie CSD

3:45-4:45pm
Technology Leadership
Presenting candidates:
Colleen Carroll, Director of Curriculum and Assessment, Saratoga Springs CSD
Tracy Ford, Elementary Principal, Troy CSD
Darlene Westinghouse, Director of Professional Development, ONC BOCES

4:50-5:40pm
Leadership and School Climate
Presenting candidates:
Peter DeWitt, Elementary Principal, Averill Park CSD  
Mark Stratton, High School Principal, Glens Falls CSD