Student Spotlight

Promotions roll in for Beta class of Ed.D. students

May 10, 2016
Christine McCormick and Melanie Walzberg Dopson

Brandman Ed.D. students Christine McCormick and Melanie Walzberg Dopson

Melanie Walzberg Dopson and Christine McCormick, both members of the Beta class of Brandman University Ed.D. students, are moving on to new administrative positions.

The Sutter County Superintendent of Schools department promoted McCormick from being a principal for special education to director of Student Services.

Dopson moves from being the principal of Katherine L. Albiani Middle School to director of secondary education for the Elk Grove Unified School District, the largest school district in Northern California.

Members of the  Beta class (the second group of doctor of education students at Brandman University) go through hooding and commencement ceremonies this month.

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