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Dr. Petr receives GADE Award for Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education

Friday, November 11, 2016

Congratulations to Dr. Chris Petr on receiving the Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education's (GADE) Award for Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education. The GADE Board was impressed by Chris’ work over the years to strengthen doctoral education.

"The GADE Award for Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education is given to a current or former faculty member at a GADE member organization who has made significant contributions to advancing doctoral education in the field of social work. Faculty distinguished by this award display a strong commitment to doctoral education and a demonstrated record of advancing doctoral education at the national or international level." Read more at the GADE website announcement >>

From left to right: Aly Smith, KU School of Social Welfare PhD student, Beth O’neill, KU School of Social Welfare PhD student, Chris Petr, KU School of Social Welfare professor, Felicia Mitchell, Arizona State University assistant professor and KU School of Social Welfare PhD alumna, Steve Kapp, KU School of Social Welfare interim dean

 

Dr. Chris Petr presented with the GADE Award for Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education at the Annual CSWE Conference by Liz Lightfoot of Minnesota, interim president of GADE.

Dr. Chris Petr presented with the GADE Award for Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education at the Annual CSWE conference by Liz Lightfoot, University of Minnesota and interim president of GADE.



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