NCLII Information Session
Thank you for your interest in the National Center for Leadership in Intensive Interventions (NCLII) doctoral training program. The NCLII is a special education doctoral leadership program that will prepare a new wave of Ph.D. level scholars with expertise in supporting those students with the greatest academic and behavioral needs. Program graduates will be prepared to address the current, national shortage of special education faculty with an emphasis on research and teacher preparation. Scholars accepted into the program will require to attend school fulltime and work 20 hours weekly on projects, thus scholars will be unable to work fulltime starting in 2021.
Completed applications are due by March 1, 2020. Remember that all applications must include your GRE General Test scores (within the last 5 years). To register for the GRE go to:
The following form provides an opportunity to RSVP to information sessions where participants will learn about the project, interact with project personnel, and be able to ask questions about the application process and program. All information sessions will take place at UIC's College of Education (1040 West Harrison Street). We look forward to meeting you and please contact Daniel Maggin (
) or Courtney Barcus (
) with any questions.
Information Session Date (note Dec. & Jan. dates are closed)
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