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Ph.D. Career Outcomes

Peabody alumni can be seen in academic and policy leadership at top schools throughout the United States and world.

Recent examples include:

  • Erik W. Carter Ph.D. '06, special education, Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, Vanderbilt University.
  • Erik Ness, Ph.D.’06, leadership and policy studies, is assistant professor of higher education, University of Pittsburgh.
  • Paul Morgan, Ph.D.’04, special education, is assistant professor of education, Pennsylvania State University School of Education. Morgan’s dissertation won the Council for Exceptional Children's Division for Learning Disabilities 2005 Dissertation Award.
  • Kimberly Carpenter, Ph.D.’04, psychology, is assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, Seton Hall University, in South Orange, NJ.
  • Kristin Nagy, Ph.D.’02, teaching and learning, is a lecturer, University of Michigan School of Education. Nagy also serves as director of research for the Center for Highly-Interactive Computing.
  • Scot Evans, Ph.D.’06, community research and action, is assistant professor, Department of Education and Psychological Studies, University of Miami