Committee on the Master’s Degree

    Master's Committee charter

     

    Current Master's Committee Members

     

    Kevin Archer (2020)
    Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research
    Central Washington University

     

    Lisa Armistead (2020)
    Associate Provost for Graduate Programs
    Georgia State University

     

    Michael Cunningham (2020)
    Associate Provost for Graduate Studies & Research
    Tulane University

     

    Jack DeRochi (2018)
    Dean of the Graduate School
    Winthrop University

     

    Scott Herness (2020)
    Vice Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School
    Montclair State University

     

    Kent Holsinger (2019)
    Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Dean of the Graduate School
    University of Connecticut

     

    James Marshall (2019)
    Dean, Division of  Research and Graduate Studies
    California State University Fresno

     

    Julie Masterson (2020)
    Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate College
    Missouri State University

     

    Mary Owens Southall (2018)
    Dean of the School of Graduate Studies
    Coppin State University

     

    Sheryl Tucker (2018)
    Associate Provost for Graduate Education & Dean of the Graduate College
    Oklahoma State University

     

    Jerry Weinberg (2019)
    Associate Provost for Research & Dean of the Graduate School
    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

     

    Jennifer Ziegler (2020)
    Dean of the Graduate School and Continuing Education
    Valparaiso University

     

     

    Contact:

    Robert Augustine

     

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