Mark Duslak earned his certificate in Institutional Research, as well as a Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration. As he pursued his studies in the doctoral program, he realized that he could earn his certificate in Institutional Research by adding a few more classes. We interviewed Mark to learn more about his academic journey, professional career and future aspirations.
Name: Melissa Jones
Hometown: Panama City, Florida
Program: Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies (Ed.D.)
1. What made you choose the Learning Design and Performance Technology Ed.D. program?
Our latest student spotlight features Felly Chiteng Kot, a student in our online graduate certificate in institutional research. Read on to learn more about Felly, his research interests, and why he chose FSU.
What are your past/current areas of research?
Name: Sibak Sung
Major: Sport Psychology (Ph.D.)
Hometown: Seoul, South Korea
Name: Charlotte Hayes
Major: Higher Education
Hometown: Alexandria, VA (right outside Washington, D.C.)
Every year, Florida State University’s College of Education spotlights extraordinary alumni during the Distinguished Alumni Awards. For more than 25 years, the College of Education has given out a number of awards to recognize work done in a number of fields. This year, the College gave out six awards across five categories, including K-12 Education, Business & Industry, Government and Community Service, Postsecondary Success, and the Trailblazer Award.
The Florida State University College of Education's Distinguished Alumni Awards honor the best of our graduates. Part two of our series spotlights Patricia Clements, who won the Government and Community Service Award, Cay Holbrook, who won the Postsecondary Systems Award, and Janet Pilcher, who won the Business & Industry Award. You can also read part one of our Distinguished Alumni Awards spotlight.
Name: Alyssa Hernandez Major: Education Policy and Evaluation (Ph.D.) Hometown: Forest Park, Illinois