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Beverly Perdue got her Ph.D. for studying how seniors could do better in college.
Senior citizens, that is.
The lieutenant governor earned a doctorate in education administration from the University of Florida in 1976. Her thesis was on the then-new field of "educational gerontology."
The 249-page thesis focuses on training teachers to work with the elderly and offering new opportunities for seniors to study at a college level.
"Education should be seen as a lifelong process," she wrote. "Institutions of higher education in Florida should provide some type of educational experience for adults of all ages, including the elderly."
For her study, Perdue sent a questionnaire to Florida's state universities and community colleges to see what they were doing for seniors. She determined they were not doing enough.