Watson Chronicle



Congratulations to 2014 Graduates

Sunday, May 11, 2014

This spring, 213 students, including 89 enrolled in the graduate-level programs, earned degrees from the Watson College of Education. Faculty, graduates and their families celebrated at a reception in the Education Building preceding official commencement ceremonies in Trask Coliseum May 9.

The Watson College hosted a reception on May 5 to celebrate new Ed.D. graduates:

Michael Bracy, Molly Capps, and Helen GrossMichael Bracy, superintendent of Jones County Schools
Dissertation title: An Investigation of Increased Student Achievement in a North Carolina Rural High School that Participated in the State Turnaround Reform Model
Committee: Donyell Roseboro (chair), Scott Imig and Janna Robertson

Molly Capps, ELA curriculum specialist for Moore County Schools
Dissertation title: A Narrative Analysis of First Year Instructional Coaches
Committee: Susan Catapano (chair), Tracy Hargrove and Donyell Roseboro

Helen Gross, principal of Carolina Forest International Elementary School
Dissertation title: Globalization Efforts in K-5 Setting
Committee: Susan Catapano (chair), Donyell Roseboro and William Sterrett

Please join us in congratulating all of our outstanding 2014 graduates!