Jane Clark Lindle, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at Clemson University, has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research.

Jane Clark Lindle, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at Clemson University, is the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research.
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CLEMSON — Jane Clark Lindle, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at Clemson University, is the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research from the American Educational Research Association’s Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership Special Interest Group.

The award recognizes a distinguished record of excellence in research related to teaching and learning in educational leadership and administration.

Lindle served as the editor of Educational Administration Quarterly from 2001-2004, and she most recently was editor of the 2014 Routledge publication “Political Contexts of Educational Leadership.”

Throughout her career, Lindle’s scholarship and mentoring has contributed to educational leadership policy development, assessment and research that epitomizes the work and purposes of the group, according to the American Educational Research Association.

The American Educational Research Association is a national research society that encourages scholarly inquiry related to education. Its Special Interest Group brings together discipline specialists, educational theorists, curriculum developers, educational researchers, classroom experts, practitioners, policymakers and others concerned with teaching in educational administration.

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