UNT doctoral student Robert Bostic and alumna Lisa Young (’99 M.Ed.) are among seven students nationwide to receive $2,500 Educational Administration Scholarships from the American Association of School Administrators. The scholarships are awarded to outstanding graduate students in school administration who intend to pursue careers as school superintendents.
Bostic and Young completed UNT’s Southwest Securities Superintendent Certification Scholarship Program. Bostic, director of school leadership and instructional technology for the Denton ISD, was named the program’s outstanding student in 2010. Young serves as coordinator for 21st Century Learning and Professional Development in the Carroll ISD. In fall 2012, she plans to pursue her doctorate in educational administration at UNT.