Nov 03 2011

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UT Tyler announces cohorts

The University of Texas at Tyler has admitted 24 students to its human resource development doctoral program for the fall 2011 semester, Dr. Harold Doty, College of Business and Technology dean, announced.
Offered within the Department of Human Resource Development and Technology, the executive-based doctoral program allows students to work full-time while attending class once a month. It focuses on organizational development and change in the context of business and industry that integrates a strategic management perspective.
“Our goal is to develop scholar practitioners as well as academic scholars who are capable of making independent contributions to the HR profession and serving in leadership positions in business and industry and/or higher education,” said Dr. Jerry W. Gilley, department chair.

Students in the first cohort
are listed by hometown.

ALLEN – Stephen Maffei.
ARLINGTON – John Beck.
COMMERCE – Elva Resendez.
FLINT – John Kirkpatrick.
HALLSVILLE – Gayle B. Haecker.
HOUSTON – Abigail Ulrich.
JACKSONVILLE – Afton Barber.
KILGORE – Brittney Wiley.
LONE STAR – Laura Briscoe.
LONGVIEW – Atiwate Joe Upatham.
MANSFIELD – Nicole Phillips.
MINEOLA – Diana McBurnett.
TYLER – Paula Anthony-McMann,
Katrina Baxter,
Demetra Baxter-Smith,
Garnesha Beck,
Jana Belzer,
Tammy Clements-Burnette
and Catherine Cockrell.
WHITE OAK – Jimmy Rumsey.
WHITEHOUSE – Susan Adams.
MICHIGAN – Darius ‘Bo’ Chapman.
LOUISIANA – Mary Lynn Lunn.
VERMONT – Ame Lambert.

The program has attracted human resource professionals, health care administrators, educators, academic advisers, talent managers and project managers.

For more information or to apply, visit www.uttyler.edu/cbt/gradadvising/phd_apply.php, or contact Gilley, 903.566.7328 or jgilley@uttyler.edu.

One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, UT Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and community service. More than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment of almost 7,000 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine.

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