Doctoral students Anthony Graham (second from left) and Kim Starkey (third from right) received scholarships for their research in character education and implementing their scholarly work into their schools. On hand to help them celebrate the scholarships were (from left): Center for Character and Citizenship Co-Director Marvin Berkowitz; Graham’s son, Cayden, daughter, Audrey and wife, Chelsea; CCC Co-Director Melinda Bier; Starkey’s husband, Scott; and UMSL College of Education Dean Ann Taylor. (Photos by August Jennewein)
Anthony Graham and Kim Starkey took different routes to the same destination: pursuing a doctorate in the field of character education at the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
Graham was already an administrator at H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy in Olivette, Missouri, who was in the EdD program and interested
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