Dr. Jacqueline D. Taylor and Family Graduate Research Grant
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Recipients of the award shall be candidates for the doctoral degree in the College of Education Higher Education Ph.D. program whose research focuses on global perspectives or issues of international education.
About Dr. Jacqueline D. Taylor
Dr. Jacqueline D. Taylor, a leader in developing international partnerships and study abroad programs at higher education institutions in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York, dedicates this research fund to the mentors that opened up opportunities and encouraged her at a time when few women were considered leaders in academe. In particular, this award honors Dr. Philip J. Gannon, Founding President of Lansing Community College, and Dr. Richard L. Featherstone, Professor of Educational Administration at Michigan State University from 1960 – 1985.
Dr. Taylor feels it is imperative that educational leaders have the desire and opportunity to build bridges of international and intercultural understanding. It is her hope that this research fund will provide the pathway to further develop global knowledge and teamwork.
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