[Fcs-faculty] FW: Colorado State University's Applied Developmental Science Doctoral Program

Robert Nathan Mayer Robert.Mayer at fcs.utah.edu
Thu Oct 24 09:33:49 MDT 2013


Sonia came across a description of the PhD program at Colorado State.  Looking at their pamphlet may stimulate ideas.
--Rob

From: Sonia Lynne Salari
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 5:38 PM
To: Robert Nathan Mayer
Cc: Lori Kowaleski-Jones
Subject: FW: Colorado State University's Applied Developmental Science Doctoral Program

Hi Rob and Lori,
I just received this pamphlet describing the PhD program at Colorado State.  I thought it might be of interest to our department.
Sonia
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From: Walker,Aimee [Aimee.Walker at ColoState.EDU]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 3:42 PM
To: Sonia Lynne Salari
Subject: Colorado State University's Applied Developmental Science Doctoral Program
Dear Dr. Salari,

The PhD program in Applied Developmental Science (ADS) at Colorado State University is currently recruiting well-qualified applicants. Because your research interests match those of our core graduate faculty, we are hoping that you will share the following information with any students you believe would be a good fit for our program.

The doctoral program in Applied Developmental Science (ADS) at Colorado State University is currently recruiting well-qualified applicants for the 2014-2015 academic year. The ADS Program offers graduate training in research and its application to issues that affect the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities using an interdisciplinary approach. The ADS program is served by 18 full-time graduate faculty members in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Faculty research interests and expertise encompass the entire lifespan and embrace a range of interests at the intersection of basic and applied research.

Program Highlights for Graduate Students:

*         Intensive mentoring, seminars and colloquia, active research labs, and participation in professional meetings

*         Research skills to conduct both basic and applied research

*         Experience translating research into evidence-based practice

*         Understanding of human development theory and family sciences as they apply to lifespan development from an ecological perspective

*         Numerous funding opportunities, including research assistantships and teaching assistantships

Applications are due January 2, 2013

For more information about admissions procedures, students should contact Aimee Kleisner Walker, Ph.D., Coordinator of HDFS Graduate Programs at hdfsgradinfo at ColoState.EDU<mailto:hdfsgradinfo at ColoState.EDU> or Phone: (970) 491-3971.

Sincerely,

Aimee

_______________________________________________
Aimee Kleisner Walker, Ph.D
Coordinator of HDFS Graduate Programs
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
437 Behavioral Sciences Building
Colorado State University
hdfsgradinfo at ColoState.EDU<mailto:hdfsgradinfo at ColoState.EDU>
http://www.hdfs.chhs.colostate.edu/students/index.aspx
Phone: (970) 491-3971
Fax: (970) 491-7975

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