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June Member Webinar- Conversation on Doctoral Programs
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A Conversation for those in or considering starting a doctoral program.

6/23/2016
When: Thursday, June 23rd
4:00-5:00 PM EST
Where: See Event Description
United States
Contact: Guin Griswold
413-306-3131

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Please register for NACCE Member Webinar- Discussion of Doctoral Program on June 23, 2016 4:00 PM EDT at: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7579095653350397187

The NACCE community hosts a large doctoral student population and recent doctoral completers. This trend is indicative of mid-career advancement in the community college career pathway. How do NACCE members approach their doctoral programs and research? What were deciding factors to start a program? How did they select a program? How can NACCE members support each other on their doctoral journeys? How can NACCE shape the mindset of future leaders of higher ed? Join the conversation whether you are in a doctoral program, thinking about starting one or recently completed. 

PRESENTERS


Dr. Christine Mollenkopf-Pigsley is an Instructor in the Applied Organizational Studies Program at Minnesota State University Mankato and is a former faculty member in Entrepreneurship, associate dean of entrepreneurship, and dean of general education and student affairs at Dakota County Technical College in Minneapolis-St Paul. Christine completed her PhD in Public Policy and Administration at Walden University in November 2015 with a research focus on academic capitalism and community college mission change. She is one of NACCE's longest serving members and continues to provide project management for special projects such as Coleman grants, the NACCE online training programs, and the Direct Selling Education Foundation partnership. In addition to her work in higher education she works with community development financial institutions to provide microloan technical assistance and loan packaging. Her best piece of advice for doctoral students is "the only good dissertation is a done dissertation".

Alicia Hooks is the Director of Entrepreneurship at the Kansas City Kansas Community College which includes the Entrepreneurial Innovation Center. She has been tasked with organically growing the entrepreneurial ecosystem including Wyandotte and Leavenworth Counties. Currently, Mrs. Hooks is completing a dissertation for her Doctoral studies in Business Administration with an emphasis on nascent entrepreneurialism and sustainability focusing on effectual and causative logic. Additionally she is certified in various accelerated human change technologies including being a Certified Master Practitioner and Trainer in Neuro- Linguistics Programming, and a Master Level Coach. In addition to founding and running a non-profit organization since 1994 and a for profit consulting and training firm, she has assisted numerous for profit and not-for-profit businesses in organizational start-up and growth. In general, she loves helping others accomplish their dreams!


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