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  • EPSY 5210 – Educational Statistics
  • EPSY 6210 – Multiple Regression and Related Methods
  • EPSY 6290 – Multivariate Analysis

Jon Young

Dr. Jon Young

 

 

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Contact Info:

Telephone: (940) 369-8377

Office: Mathew's Hall, Room #304-D

E-mail: Jon.Young@unt.edu

Vita

GWENN E. PASCO, Ed.D


EDUCATION

TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York, NY

Doctorate of Education, October, 1991

Master of Education, February, 1990

STATE COLLEGE AT ONEONTA, Oneonta, NY

Master of Science in Counseling, August, 1983

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May, 1980


EXPERIENCE

2001-Present

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Denton, Texas

Director of the Student Advising Office

1999-2001

Philosophy of Education

The mission of a college is to provide an inclusive multicultural educational experience which promotes total student development and fosters the transformation of knowledge. This developmental process not only includes prescribed curricular and co-curricular activities, but also incorporates diverse learning and teaching styles as tools to further the pursuit of knowledge. This mission is translated into practice by developing a community of care which promotes student development and assists all members of the college community in understanding the needs of students.

Courses

Course One: An Analysis of Student Cultures in Higher Education

Course Two: College Students in Higher Education

Gwenn Pasco

Dr. Gwenn Pasco

Assistant Dean for
Undergraduate Education

Welcome to the Journey of Dr. Gwenn Pasco

"Most of the things worth doing in the world were

Declared impossible before they were done."

Louis Brandeis

Bertina Hildreth Combes

Professor &

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Research

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