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School of Education

Faculty and Staff Accolades

2014

Julie Jones with President Clements Julie Jones Graduates Staff Development Program - July 2014

Julie Jones, Teacher Education administrative assistant, recently graduated from the Staff Development Program. The goal of the SDP is to allow staff members to grow personally and professionally while at the same time strengthening their engagement with the university. Twenty-three staff members successfully completed 150 hours of personal and professional development and university-related service for the program. Read more.

Faculty Selected as Finalists - June 2014

Dr. Pamela Dunston and Dr. Andy Tyminski were one of three finalists for The Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award from National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). The article, What’s the Big Deal about Vocabulary?, published in the August 2013 issue of Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, was selected from among 17 candidates published this volume year in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School.

Eugene T. Moore School of Education 2013-2014 Faculty Awards of Excellence - April 2014

Dave Fleming, Kathy Headley and Dr. Leslie Gonzales Dr. Leslie Gonzales
Excellence in Research

Dr. CC Bates and Dave Fleming Dr. C.C. Bates
Excellence in Service

Dave Fleming, Dr. Rob Knoeppel and Kathy Headley Dr. Rob Knoeppel
Excellence in Teaching

 Dr. Jane Lindle Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research Winner - April 2014

Dr. Jane Clark Lindle has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 LTEL-SIG Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research. This award recognizes a distinguished record of excellence in research related to teaching and learning in Educational Leadership and Administration. Read more.

Education Professor Named Publisher's Education Author of the Month - February 2014

Jane Clark Lindle, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at Clemson University, has been named Education Author of the Month by academic publisher Routledge for her most recent book, "Political Contexts of Educational Leadership." Read more.

2013

Rob Knoeppel

Knoeppel Wins National Education Finance Research, Service Award - November 2013

Rob Knoeppel, faculty chairman of leadership, counselor education and human and organizational development in Clemson’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, has received the 2013 National Education Finance Conference Distinguished Research and Practice Fellow Award. Read more.

Lamont A. Flowers Houston Center's Flowers Speaks to Congressional Black Caucus Foundation - September 2013

Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education at Clemson University, spoke at the 43rd annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in Washington, D.C. Flowers discussed research recently conducted at the Houston Center focusing on the educational development of black males. Read more.

Professors' Proposed Application May Help Children's Writing Skills - September 2013

Two Clemson University education professors have received grants to create a computer application that will help children develop proficient writing skills. Assistant professors Matthew Boyer and Anna Hall of Clemson's Eugene T. Moore School of Education were awarded $24,839 to help them design UpWrite, a computer application based on the process approach to writing that combines word processing with embedded assessment, individualized learning, real-time sharing and reporting. Read more.

Tony Cawthon Named Alumni Distinguished Professor - August 2013

Tony Cawthon, professor in the Department of Leadership, Counselor Education, and Human and Organizational Development (LCH) for Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, has been named an Alumni Distinguished Professor at the university. Since 1962, the Clemson Alumni Association has named Alumni Distinguished Professors to recognize and support excellence in teaching. Students, faculty and administrators select the recipients, who receive a yearly stipend made possible by alumni gifts to the Clemson Fund, the university’s annual giving fund. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Cawthon is engaged in research interests such as new professionals, higher education administration, career development, student development theory, and multicultural and diversity issues. Read more.

Tom Dobbins

Ag Ed Professor Tom Dobbins Receives Agriculture Teaching Award - July 2013

Clemson University agricultural education professor and Agriculture Division chairman Thomas R. Dobbins was honored with a teacher fellow award from the North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) at the group’s annual meeting. The award is given annually to an agricultural educator who shows a career of distinction in teaching, research, outreach and administration. Read more. 

Dani Herro Clemson Professor Named Edmund W. Gordon Fellow - June 2013

Danielle Herro, assistant professor of digital media and learning in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University, has been named an Edmund W. Gordon Fellow by the MacArthur Foundation and Educational Teaching Service for her work with digital media initiatives in K-12 schools. The fellowship provides mentoring from senior researchers in the area of assessment and learning and opportunities for emerging scholars to collaboratively research issues of innovation, equity and challenging problems in education. Read more.

24 Faculty Present at 2013 AERA Conference - May 2013

17 doctoral students and 24 faculty presented at the 2013 Annual AERA (American Educational Research Association) meeting.  The theme of the meeting was Education and Poverty: Theory, Research, Policy, and Praxis

Pendleton Elementary School Cassie Quigley and Nicole Bannister Creative Inquiry Project with Local School - May 2013

Anderson Independent recognized the Creative Inquiry project led by Clemson faculty including School of Education’s Cassie Quigley and Nicole Bannister. The Creative Inquiry project culminated with a visit to Pendleton Elementary on May 14, 2013 where more than 100 5th and 6th grade students as well as teachers at Pendleton Elementary took part in the project to show students how science and math go beyond textbook and numbers. Clemson faculty, including School of Education’s Nicole Bannister and Cassie Quigley and Clemson MAT middle level preservice teachers, used simple experiments with inexpensive materials such as bottled water and plastic cups to demonstrate inertia, gravity and sound travel.

Eugene T. Moore School of Education 2012-2013 Faculty Awards of Excellence - April 2013

Cassie Quigley, Excellence in Research Award Excellence in Research

Dr. Cassie Quigley is an Assistant Professor in Science Education. She explores three lines of research: 1) community-based environmental education for marginalized communities, 2) equitable discourse practices for science education, and 3) equitable research methodologies for science education. Her publications this year include such journals as the International Journal of Environment and Science Education, Cultural Studies in Science Education, International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, and the Journal of Elementary Education.

Nicole Bannister, Award for Excellence in Teaching Excellence in Teaching

Dr. Nicole Bannister is an Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education. In addition to very high course evaluations, she provides effective learning environments in her classroom by focusing on creating equitable mathematics classrooms through progressive pedagogies, modeling ambitious teaching in all of her courses, and revising how we think about and talk about kids. Her expertise is captured in one student comment: “Her message about our future students is essential. I wish that every student in the program were required to have her.”

Hans Klar, Award for Excellence in Service Excellence in Service

Dr. Hans Klar is an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership. He has been extremely active in his service to the school, college, and profession. Of note, he has been involved with the International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP), partnership with the Universidad Andres Bello in Santiago and the Chilean government, UCEA Review Editorial Board, South Carolina Successful Principals Project, and a principal mentoring program with a consortium of 10 school districts.

Pamela Havice, School of Education at Clemson University, Clemson, SC Havice Given 2013 Clemson University Outstanding Women Award - March 2013

Clemson University’s President’s Commission on the Status of Women is proud to name Dr. Pam Havice, student affairs and higher education faculty member, as the faculty winner Clemson University’s Outstanding Women Award. Read more.

Clemson Professor Publishes Research on African-American Males in Gifted Programs - February 2013

Lamont A. Flowers, distinguished professor of educational leadership in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University, has been published in a new book titled “A Call for Change: Providing Solutions for Black Male Achievement, produced by the Council of the Great City Schools. The book consists of new research from a variety of national experts on the black male experience in education. Read more.

Tony Cawthon Named Faculty Fellow of Association for Student Affairs Administrators - February 2013

Clemson professor Tony Cawthon has been named a Faculty Fellow of NASPA, the national association for student affairs administrators. Read more.

School of Education Professor Joe Ryan at Clemson University Ryan Provides Insight into Child Restraint — February 2013

School of Education Professor Joe Ryan is interviewed about seclusion and restraint of school children in an article from the Columbus Dispatch entitled, 371 students restrained or secluded 1,829 times. “Educators who use seclusion and restraint must ask themselves, ‘Was it really necessary? Was there a true physical danger? Had staffers tried to calm a student before secluding him?’” Read more.

Dr. Joe Ryan Interviewed on Anderson Cooper Live - January 2013

Joseph Ryan, Associate Director of Research for Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education was interviewed last week on Anderson Cooper Live regarding behavior management practices and policies in schools. He discussed the dangers associated with seclusion and restraint procedures with children, and emphasized the importance of parents knowing and understanding the discipline policies and procedures of the school their child attends.

See the Anderson Cooper Live segment on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ej-3ehWW1Ho.

Jane C. Lindle SoE Professor Interviewed About State Teacher Evaluation System — January 2013

Dr. Jane C. Lindle, a professor in educational leadership in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education was recently interviewed about a newly proposed teacher evaluation system in South Carolina. The new system proposed by state Superintendent of Education Mick Zais is a controversial issue with both the Greenville County School Board and the state Board of Education opposing the new proposal. Read the full article from the Greenville News.

Thomas Green Clemson Award for Excellence — January 2013

The Clemson University Thomas Green Clemson Award for Excellence was presented to Bob Horton, professor of secondary mathematics education in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education. The Thomas Green Clemson Award for Excellence was established by the Office of the Provost in 1999 to honor outstanding faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to academic life at Clemson. The award is given by the Clemson University Board of Trustees.

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