- Upper School
Twenty-two years ago this fall, School Psychologist Cheryl Moffatt began working at AACS. Earlier this month, she "walked" in Grand Canyon University's remote commencement exercises and received her doctor of philosophy in psychology degree. Although it has been several months since she successfully defended her dissertation, the sweetness of achievement--more than three years in the making--was no less fragrant as she shared her accomplishment online with her classmates and professors. Moffatt researched an interesting correlation between reading motivation and fluency in her doctoral work titled, "The Relationship between a Reading Practice Program and a Reading Assessment."
Congratulations, Dr. Moffatt, for an impressive body of work as a career school psychologist and for becoming the most recent AACS faculty member to earn a doctoral degree while at AACS.