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Graduate students are essential to the work of the ISLE. Graduate students will develop academic communication skills as they are immersed in research and subsequent dissemination of findings at national and international academic conferences. Additionally students will be expected to contribute to writing for scholarly publications. Throughout this process, students develop strong theoretical foundations of learning, methodological expertise, and an ability to work with faculty, school administrators, and teachers – equipping them to address pragmatic challenges in education.

 

If you are interested in a productive student experience, tackling applied problems in the field of education, please contact Dr. Andy Cavagnetto at andy.cavagnetto@wsu.edu or (509) 335-6391. To learn more about doctoral programs for science education at WSU please visit the following websites:

Doctoral program in Science
and/or Mathematics Education

 

Doctoral program in Biology with an
emphasis in Biology Education