Educational Policy Studies Awards
Educational Leadership Award
This award, established by Ms. Gloria Kittel, provides support to a student pursuing an M.Ed. in educational leadership. The recipient will receive a $750 award.
Jamie C. Hitzges
Thomas A. Hutcheson Higher Education Award
Given in memory of ¬omas A. Hutcheson, son of former Associate Professor Dr. Philo Hutcheson, this award recognizes an undergraduate or graduate student from the Department of Educational Policy Studies who is in good academic standing. The recipient will receive a $1,500 award.
Outstanding Performance-Based Educational Leadership Program Student Award
Given to a student in the educational leadership program who has demonstrated an outstanding ability to connect theoretical concepts with practical application in the classroom and workplace.
Outstanding Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Student Award
Given to students who have exhibited academic excellence, leadership and service in the educational leadership doctor of education program.
Deborah L. White
Outstanding Educational Leadership Graduate Assistant Award
Given to a graduate assistant in recognition of outstanding service to the unit and field of educational leadership.
Alicia C. Burford
Outstanding Research, Measurement and Statistics Ph.D. Student Award
Given to doctoral students who have exhibited academic excellence in the research, measurement and statistics program.
Justina R. Jackson
Outstanding Research, Measurement and Statistics Master’s Student Award
Given to a master’s student who has exhibited academic excellence in the research, measurement and statistics program.
Jamie Ann Pasley
Social Foundations Doctoral Award for Scholarly Achievement
In recognition of exceptional scholarly accomplishment through original publication by doctoral students in the social foundations doctoral program.
Morgan D. Anderson
Gabriel T. Keehn
Outstanding Social Foundations Graduate Teaching Assistant Award
Given to a graduate teaching assistant in recognition of outstanding teaching in the classroom and in working with individual students.
Natasha K. McClendon