Natasha Johnson receives Leon Bradley Scholarship

College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Natasha Johnson was awarded the Leon Bradley Scholarship from the American Association of School Personnel Administrators.

The annual scholarship program awards funding to minorities and people of color interested in teaching and school leadership, according to the association’s website. Johnson is one of two scholarship recipients receiving… more »

Leadership Program Graduate Visits School in Barbados

Dr. Dan Sims, a graduate of the Ed.D. Leadership program, ran a workshop for principals in Barbados. The workshop, based on a Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) between the College of Education & Human Development and Barbados’ Ministry of Education, was fully paid for and sponsored by the Ministry… more »

Educational Leadership Doctoral Student Wins Prestigious Award

Educational Policy Studies doctoral student, Dustin Dykes, was recently presented the National Outstanding Assistant Principal award for the state of Georgia. Dykes, who is the assistant principal for instruction at Thomson Middle School in Centerville, graduates this May with an Ed.D. from the Educational Leadership program.

The award is given annually to one middle… more »