Driving change through research
Since 1990 our doctoral program has produced thought leaders in academic, public and private settings who address persistent and emerging inequities through socially just research.
We are known for:
- A diverse faculty, staff, and student body that brings a wide variety of experiences and interests;
- A balanced program culture of rigor and support
- Nurturing faculty and peer mentorship; and
- Nationally and internationally recognized faculty with innovative and expansive areas of expertise.
- Four years of funding in the form of research and teaching assistantships and fellowships;
- Experiential learning opportunities through research and teaching practicum, writing workshop, and statistical lab
- Opportunities for interdisciplinary scholarship within a robust program of study
- Opportunities to participate in faculty driven, cohort based, and independent research; and
- Multiple graduate certificate opportunities including gerontology, women’s studies, qualitative studies, quantitative methods, and nonprofit management & leadership.
For more information, explore our faculty’s research interests, look through the Ph.D. Program Viewbook (pictured above) or the Ph.D. Program Handbook, or contact Joon Choi, Associate Professor/Ph.D. Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (706) 542-0844.