Graduate Programs Score in U.S. News & World Report Rankings
Saint Louis University programs have earned high honors in the new U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Rankings, including the No. 1 program in health law in the nation for the 11th year.
In the magazine's 2016 edition of "Best Graduate Schools," a total of 13 SLU programs were ranked in the top 100, including five top-25 programs. The College for Public Health and Social Justice, the School of Business, the School of Law and the School of Medicine all made gains this year.
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Dissertation DefensesThe schedule will be updated throughout the term.
- Michelle Parrinello-Cason, a Ph.D. candidate in English, will defend her dissertation, "Embracing an Agonistic Cycle of Rhetorical Oscillation as a Path for Belief and Advocacy in Developmental Education," on October 26, 2015 at 3:00 P.M. in Room 343 of Adorjan Hall.
- Debra Cochran, a Ph.D. candidate in English, will defend her dissertation, "Imagining Boundaries, Visualizing Place: Positioning Narrative Space in Mark Twain's Following the Equator," on November 13, 2015 at 3:00 P.M. Contact the Department of English at 977-3010 or 977-3016 for the location.
As SLU's chief academic officer, Dr. Brickhouse will report directly to the president and will oversee most of the University's educational, research and enrollment efforts.
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The school has a long history of preparing the students who go on to be teachers and administrators while continuing to advance their skills to meet the changing needs of the schools and students they will serve.
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Articles and information from the World Wide Web
"From school to work to school again: the changing face of graduate education" (First in a series about graduate education from the St. Louis Beacon)
"The financial burden of graduate education" (Second in a series about graduate education from the St. Louis Beacon)
"Successful job hunt means returning to basics " (Third, and final, in a series about graduate education from the St. Louis Beacon)