Great accomplishments for UM-Dearborn Ed.D. Alumni
Three alumni from first cohort of the UM-Dearborn's doctoral program are building a path of success by achieving awards and publishing books.
DEARBORN, MI. - The College of Education, Health, and Human Services would like to congratulate three alumni from first cohort of the doctoral program who had great successes recently.
Published his first book
Dr. Christopher Tremblay published his first book “Walt’s Pilgrimage: A Journey in the Life of Walter Elias Disney” a place-based comprehensive biographical travel guidebook of Walt Disney. The book is part history, part adventure and features more than 275 sites in Walt Disney’s life.
Dr. Tremblay will have a book signing and presentation about the fascinating life of Walt Disney on December 4, 2017 from 11:30 am - 1 p.m. at the Mardigian Library.
Received the National Role Model Administrator award
Dr. Andrea Guzman-Oliver received the National Role Model Administrator award for her work and achievement in expanding opportunities for others from Minority Access Incorporated. Dr. Guzman-Oliver received this award for her work as the Associate Vice President for Student Outreach and Diversity at Florida Atlantic University where she is the highest ranking Latina. In this role, she serves as an example and mentor for other young Hispanic/Latina professionals seeking administrative positions in higher education.
2017 Made Man Honoree
Dr. Truman Hudson Jr. has been honored by The Made Man, which recognizes the extraordinary achievements of notable African American male influencers for their leadership, lifetime achievement in their respective fields of work, social consciousness, and significant contributions to community empowerment.
This honor recognizes Dr. Hudson’s work as the Director of Research and Development for BMe Community and his advocacy and support of youth development in Detroit. Watch his interview as a Made Man Honoree.