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M.Ed. Student Named VBEA 2011 Outstanding New Business Teacher

M.Ed. in Educational Leadership student, Glenn Starnes II, was honored at the 2011 Virginia Business Education Association (VBEA) Summer Conference held in late July in Virginia Beach. Glenn, a business and information technology teacher at John Marshall High School and coordinator of the John Marshall 21st Century Community Learning Center, was named the VBEA 2011 … Continue reading

Faculty Thoughts: Christian Education – Dr. William Cox

It is my good pleasure to share with you my philosophy of Christian education. This philosophy is reflected in the three programs I founded and direct in the School of Education at Regent University. Those programs are the master’s degree program in Christian School Administration, The Christian School Concentration in the Curriculum and Instruction master’s … Continue reading

Ed.D. Students to Present at Women as Global Leaders (WAGL) Conference in Abu Dhabi

Congratulations to Sara Lockett & Clarinda Cole who have had proposals accepted for the Women as Global Leaders (WAGL) Conference in Abu Dhabi. They will travel to the UAE in March 2012 to present their research on the topic of leadership & sustainability – Sara Lockett: Leading the Movement for Sustainability in 21st Century Educational … Continue reading

M.Ed. Student Receives 2011 REB Award for Teaching Excellence

Danica Millner, M.Ed. in Educational Leadership student, received a $12,000 REB Award for Teaching Excellence for recognition as an outstanding educator. One of 15 educators to receive the award, Danica is a chemistry teacher at Thomas Jefferson High School. REB Awards present cash grants to teachers to enable them to pursue postgraduate studies, professional training … Continue reading

Faculty/Student Collaboration on National CEP Conference Presentation and Research Project

Ed.D. current students, Kalyn Mace-Guilloux and Patrice Troutman, recently attended the Character Education Partnership (CEP) Conference in San Francisco in October 2011 where they joined Dr. Helen Stiff-Williams, Regent faculty member and lead presenter, as presenters for the session — “Teacher Readiness for Teaching Character Education.” In addition, they conducted interviews of the CEP conference … Continue reading

Ed.D. student named Teacher of the Year

Ed.D. current student, Kelly Kitchens, was named 2011 Teacher of the Year for Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake, VA.

Two Cents – Principles of Adult Learning: An ESL Context

This article is featured in the current edition of the Journal of Adult Education published by the Mountain Plains Adult Education Association Principles of Adult Learning: An ESL Context Donald Finn, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Regent University Given the current global economic situation, industries have been forced to examine their efficiency and effectiveness, and … Continue reading

Regent Graduate Named Hopewell High School Basketball Coach

Graduate of the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, Shervi Barnes, is leading the Hopewell High School girls’ basketball team to new heights. Shervi has an extensive background in high school and college sports and played four years of basketball and softball at Southampton High School and softball and volleyball at Virginia State. As a coach, she’s … Continue reading

Dr. Jeff Pittman wins the Robert F. Newton Award

DR. JEFF PITTMAN OF REGENT UNIVERSITY RECEIVES NACAS ROBERT F. NEWTON AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AT THE 2011 ANNUAL NACAS CONFERENCE Orlando, FL – –In recognition of his efforts in the Auxiliary Services profession, Dr. Jeff Pittman of Regent University has been honored by the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) with the Robert … Continue reading

Two Cents Tuesday: Bullying

           As an educator, one topic I am passionate about is reducing bullying in schools.  Incidents of bullying continue to gain national attention as society continues to see the seriousness and detrimental effects of this problem. Schools should be one of the safest places for children to attend each day. However, … Continue reading