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PSC Educational Administration & Supervision


Jill Lindsey

Introducing The School of Education & Leadership

Shenandoah University’s Board of Trustees has approved a name change for the School of Education & Human Development, which is now known as the School of Education and Leadership. “We see the name, School of Education & Leadership, better reflecting our expertise and programming,” said School of Education & Leadership Director Jill L. Lindsey, Ph.D. […]

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Doctor of Education Students to Present at VERA Conference

The 2016 Annual Conference of the Virginia Educational Research Association (VERA), to be held Thursday, Sept. 15, and Friday, Sept. 16, in Charlottesville, Virginia, will include scholarly presentations by three individuals enrolled in Shenandoah University’s School of Education & Human Development Doctor of Education program. Ann T. Finan, Ed.D., a 2016 graduate of the program, […]

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Alumni Successes

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SOEL Student and Alumni Accomplishments

Students and alumni of Shenandoah University’s School of Education and Leadership are sharing and being recognized for their scholarship and expertise.  Richard J. Reeves Doctor of Professional Studies: Organizational Leadership program student Richard J. Reeves recently participated in the keynote panel presentation, “IR & E-volving: From Aspiration to Practice,” for the North East Association of […]

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Shenandoah Education Alumni Tapped As Augusta School Administrators

Four of the five people recently recommended for administrative leadership roles in the Augusta County (Virginia) Public Schools are Shenandoah University alumni. Sarah Melton is recommended to move into a system-level position as curriculum supervisor for music, art and physical education. She was previously a middle school principal, assistant principal, and instructor. Dr. Melton received […]

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