MSU educational leadership student selected to attend research seminar
Kala Lougheed, a doctoral student in the educational leadership program at Montana State University, is one of 40 graduate students from around the world who was recently selected to attend the 2014 David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar. The seminar, set for April 2-3 in Philadelphia, brings together emerging educational administration and policy scholars and noted researchers for two days of presentations, generative discussion, and professional growth.
Lougheed is the first MSU student to attend the seminar.
Students from top-tier universities in the United States, Canada, and abroad compete for the opportunity to attend the seminar, which is sponsored by the University Council for Educational Administration, Divisions A and L of the American Educational Research Association, and SAGE Publications.