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The AACTE Holmes Program supports students who self-identify as racially and ethnically diverse and are pursuing graduate degrees in education at AACTE member institutions. Founded in 1991 for doctoral students, the Holmes Program now provides mentorship, peer support, and professional development opportunities at three levels:
Boston University is piloting a Holmes Postdoctoral Program in Education and Human Development in which postdoctoral fellows engage in a 2-year research and residency program.
Learn more about the education-related careers and pathways pursued by Holmes students.
Participation in the Holmes Program is open to all AACTE member institutions; AACTE charges no additional fee to enroll. Sponsoring institutions are responsible for supporting their Holmes students according to the participation requirements.
Learn more about the history and governance of the AACTE Holmes Program.
Co-sponsored by the PNC Foundation and Florida Atlantic University, the Holmes Research and Dissertation Retreat will equip Holmes scholars and graduate students with knowledge and tools to enhance their research productivity and navigate the dissertation process.
Topics will include:
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The retreat is open to all Holmes Program scholars and graduate students at AACTE member institutions. Registration ($25) is required for scholars.
For more information, contact Weadé James, PhD, Vice President, Organizational Advancement at email@example.com.