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Nancy Walters

Contributing Faculty

Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences

Degree Program Doctor of Education (EdD)

An educator and program manager with over 30 years of experience that includes teaching, research, and administration of higher education programs. My experience includes administering programs, evaluating proposed and funded projects, providing technical assistance for programs to encourage access for students of color, writing proposals for and implementing programs funded by the College Access Challenge Grant Program, Title VIII of the Higher Education Act; the Higher Education Teacher Quality Program Title II, Part A of ESEA; and the Corporation for National Service; and developing the infrastructure for state community service grants, state grants for recruitment and retention of students of color in nursing, state grants for intervention for college attendance an state grants for concurrent enrollment program expansion. I have extensive academic and professional preparation in the sciences, curriculum and instruction, professional development, research and evaluation, policy issues related to teacher quality, diversity in education, and program management and administration.

Courses Taught

EDUC 8090-456 - Doctoral Study Intensive

EDUC 8090-856 - Study Intensive Doctoral

EDDD 8990-129 - Completing the Prospectus


BS, Virginia State College

MA, Ohio State University

PhD, University of Minnesota