UNT Ph.D. Graduate Offered Position at Tennessee University

DENTON (UNT), Texas – Federickia Washington, Ph.D. graduate of public administration and management from the University of North Texas College of Health and Public Service has received a tenure track job offer from the Department of Public Administration at Tennessee State University (TSU).

Dr. Washington is enthusiastic about the position, where she will be able to show her talents.

“I am incredibly excited to have been offered a tenure track job opportunity at TSU in Nashville,” Dr. Washington said. “I am looking forward to being able to take my talents to TSU where they value educating and empowering leaders/future leaders in the public sector.”

For Dr. Washington, the position offers her the opportunity to put the rich knowledge and skills gained at UNT into action.

“This new position means that I will continue to be able to teach students and follow with my scope of research,” Washington said. “This is all very exciting.”

Dr. Hee Soun Jang, associate professor and graduate coordinator in the department, says she’s not surprised by Dr. Washington’s success.

“Dr. Washington is already a promising scholar,” Dr. Jang said. “Her excellence in research was acknowledge by two-time Ph.D. Student Fellowships from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action in 2019 and 2018. Also, in her early year of the Ph.D., program she won the Best Poster Research Award from ARNOVA. This is just another exciting step in her successful career.”

Dr. Washington’s grateful for UNT and her dissertation committee, who have helped prepare her for this new position.

“I would like to thank the UNT Department of Public Administration,” Dr. Washington said. “The faculty and staff have always been supportive and I will miss them. I am especially grateful for my committee, Drs. Jang, Dicke and Shi. This opportunity is UNT Ph.D. Graduate Offered Position at Tennessee University

DENTON (UNT), Texas – Federickia Washington, Ph.D. graduate of public administration and management from the University of North Texas College of Health and Public Service has received a tenure track job offer from the Department of Public Administration at Tennessee State University (TSU).

Dr. Washington is enthusiastic about the position, where she will be able to show her talents.

“I am incredibly excited to have been offered a tenure track job opportunity at TSU in Nashville,” Dr. Washington said. “I am looking forward to being able to take my talents to TSU where they value educating and empowering leaders/future leaders in the public sector.”

For Dr. Washington, the position offers her the opportunity to put the rich knowledge and skills gained at UNT into action.

“This new position means that I will continue to be able to teach students and follow with my scope of research,” Washington said. “This is all very exciting.”

Dr. Hee Soun Jang, associate professor and graduate coordinator in the department, says she’s not surprised by Dr. Washington’s success.

“Dr. Washington is already a promising scholar,” Dr. Jang said. “Her excellence in research was acknowledge by two-time Ph.D. Student Fellowships from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action in 2019 and 2018. Also, in her early year of the Ph.D., program she won the Best Poster Research Award from ARNOVA. This is just another exciting step in her successful career.”

Dr. Washington’s grateful for UNT and her dissertation committee, who have helped prepare her for this new position.

“I would like to thank the UNT Department of Public Administration,” Dr. Washington said. “The faculty and staff have always been supportive and I will miss them. I am especially grateful for my committee, Drs. Jang, Dicke and Shi. This opportunity is possible because of their amazing leadership, guidance and support!”