College of Education, Health and Human Development Outstanding Faculty Lecture Series
- Monday, December 5, 2016 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm
- Reid Hall - view map
Education leadership professor, Tena Versland, will present the Outstanding Faculty Lecture for the College of Education, Health and Human Development. Versland is the recipient of the college's Outstanding Faculty for Service in the Department of Education for 2016. The title of her presentation is "The Way of Service: Words and Reflections along the Journey."
Versland, who received her doctorate from MSU in 2009, has been a tenure-track faculty member since 2012. She is a strong partner with small, rural Montana schools and works with them on using data to drive decision-making for school improvement. She has received grants from the Montana Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education (OCHE) to create a culture of data literacy in eastern Montana rural schools and to provide training in data analysis. She is a co-principal investigator of the US Department of Education's grant for Indian Leadership Education and Development (I LEAD), which trains American Indians to be administrators and leaders in schools on or near reservations.
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