The Carter and Moyers School of Education boasts a robust history of achievement through our alumni, who continue their leadership in Education. Read more about our featured alumni below.
Trent Clagg, a Training Specialist at the Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership, has received the "Horizon Award" at the IPS Annual Conference. This award is given to an outstanding employee with less than three years of service. The IPS announcement notes that recipients must demonstrate a positive attitude, show initiative, be a team player, and exemplify excellence in performance based on their job duties and responsibilities. Trent Clagg graduated from LMU with a Master of Education degree in 2015.
Michael Williams graduated from Lincoln Memorial University with his Educational Specialist degree and was recently picked to be the next superintendent of the Madison County School System.
He began his education career as a physical education teacher and coach at Banks County Middle School. He later served as athletic director at Banks County High School, and he became assistant principal of Banks County High School in 2005. He became principal of Banks County Elementary School in 2010, and then to Madison County as assistant superintendent in 2014.
Stephanie Dallmann was named to ESL supervisory role with Hamblen schools. She was a former English as a Second Language teacher and district instructional coach. She has an Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision from Lincoln Memorial University which she achieved in 2010.
Dr. Larry Tripp was named Georgia Association For Career And Technical Education Teacher Of Year. He's a Dalton Public Schools work-based learning coordinator and was among 35 career and technical, and agricultural education educators who were honored by the Georgia Association for Career & Technical Education during its annual summer conference in Athens, Ga. He graduated with his Educational Specialist Degree from LMU in 1998.
Palmer will be moving into a Sullivan County system wide position. He has worked for the Sullivan County School system since 2004 in a few different positions. He earned is Educational Specialist degree from LMU.
Bobby Bennett has an Undergraduate degree, MEd in EAS, and Counseling and Guidance all from LMU.
Caption in this article from the Middlesboro Daily News reads:
Photo submitted Middlesboro High School - Principal Bob Bennett, left, stands with Congressman Hal Rogers at the 2017 National Association of Secondary School Principals Awards in the nation's capitol. Bennett was awarded the NASSP Kentucky Principal of the Year. During his visit, Bennett and Rogers discussed teacher recruitment, retention and retirement.
Brian Partin is a 2008 graduate of the Educational Specialist degree progam here at LMU. He is the current Principal of Kingsport's Robinson Middle School, and he has now accepted the role of President of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). He has been a member of NAESP since 2003, and served on the Bylaws Review Committee from 2012 to 2013. He has also been a member of the Tennessee Principals Association since 2003, where he served as president from 2009 to 2011.
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After graduating, Steven Wang has gone on to be a presenter at Org. of Am. Historians Annual Conference, Providence, RI, April 7, 2016; Region 8AAAA Literary Coordinator 2015 - 16; Coach of 2016 US Extemporaneous Qualifier to Nat. Sp. & Debate Association National Tournament, Salt Lake City, UT, June 12 - 17, 2016 (typically the largest Academic competition in the world).