The Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology at Western Michigan University offers programs that blend theory and best practices to prepare students for current and future challenges and make them more competitive in the job market.
The Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology hires graduate students (typically doctoral students), as needed, to assist faculty with research and program development. Students applying for any of these positions typically must be enrolled in one of our department's graduate programs, and have familiarity with the educational systems and organizations that our programs prepare students to work in.
To apply as a new student, or to re-apply as an existing student, please fill out the ELRT DA/GA APPLICATION and send a letter of interest and a current resume to Gretchen St. John no later than February 15 of a given year. Decisions about graduate assistant and doctoral assistant positions are usually made in early spring for the following fall semester. Applicants interested in applying for any WMU fellowships must apply by January 15 of a given year, using the directions posted by the Graduate College.
- Educational leadership (M.A.)
- Educational leadership (Ph.D.)
- Educational and instructional technology (certificate)
- Educational and instructional technology (M.A.)
- Evaluation, measurement, and research (M.A.)
- Evaluation, measurement, and research (Ph.D.)
- Organizational change leadership (M.A.)
- Specialist in education (Ed.S.)
- Higher education and student affairs (Certificate)
AAUW Educational Funding and Awards
Encourage your women graduate students and scholars to apply for an American Association of University Women (AAUW) International Fellowship. Deadline Dec. 1, 2017. For more information, click here.
Special Topics Courses - Summer I 2018
Special Topics Courses - Fall 2018
EMR 6550: Quasi and Experimental Design
Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology ranked among the nation's best
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