Take the next step. Attend an information session.
Prospective graduate students can learn more about Wilkes by attending one of our convenient open houses and information sessions. Whether in person or online, join us to chat with faculty and staff, and to learn about our academic programs, student services and financial aid.
Ed.D. Information Sessions
Learn more about our Ed.D. by attending one of our upcoming information sessions.
Sessions are conveniently held via Zoom so you can hear more about our program, meet
our faculty and review the admissions process without leaving home.
Choose a session that best suits your plans. Zoom details will be shared as the event approaches.
10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 27
6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 11
10 a.m. on Saturday, March 27
Questions about the Ed.D. program? Contact:
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions
Creative Writing Information Sessions
Write your story and learn how to get published with our Maslow Graduate Creative Writing programs, offering M.A. and M.F.A. degrees in a variety of writing genres. Learn more during our information sessions. Sessions are conveniently held via Zoom so you can hear more about our program, meet our faculty and review the admissions process without leaving your home.
During two of these sessions, you will participate in a writing craft lesson that gives you a taste of the program. Sessions with the free craft lesson last approximately two hours, with a brief program presentation and Q&A following the lesson. Once you register for the event, Zoom details will be shared as the event approaches.
1 p.m. on Saturday, March 13
Choose from two craft classes during this session: Ekphratic Poetry, taught by Dawn Leas, writing coach and author of A Person Worth Knowing or The Basics of Storytelling, taught by David Hicks, program director and author of the novel White Plains.
6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7
The April 7 session involves a half-hour information session followed by a Q&A with the director. It does not include a sample craft class. If you are tight on time, this may be the session for you.
1 p.m. on Saturday, April 24
Choose from two craft classes during this session: Poetry and the Spoken Word, taught by Phil Brady, faculty member and author of The Elsewhere: New & Selected Poems or The Basics of Storytelling, taught by David Hicks, program director and author of the novel, White Plains
Questions about our Creative Writing program? Contact:
David Hicks, Ph.D.
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