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Faculty members receive recognition at Spring Faculty Meeting

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Dr. Angie Davis

Several faculty members received awards at the College of Education Spring Faculty Meeting, held on April 28, 2015.

Dr. Angie Davis, teaching faculty in Elementary Education, received the Undergraduate Teaching Award. Dr. Davis is the Program Coordinator for Elementary Education. Her research interests include at-risk students, adolescent depression, instructional strategies, and social studies education.

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Dr. Mary Frances Hanline

Dr. Mary Frances Hanline, professor of Special Education, was awarded the Graduate Teaching Award. Dr. Hanline coordinates the online Special Education Studies M.S. program. Her research interests focus on the effectiveness of inclusive, developmentally appropriate, play-based intervention.

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Dr. Jeffrey James

Dr. Jeffrey James, professor of Sport Management, was named Mode L. Stone Distinguished Professor. Dr. James serves as chair of the Department of Sport Management, and teaches select courses including Research Methods, Seminar in Sport Marketing, Sport Sponsorship and Sales, and Sport Marketing.

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Dr. Juhan Mixon

Dr. Juhan Mixon, executive director of the Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA), was awarded the UCEA 2015 Excellence in Educational Leadership Award. Although Dr. Mixon is not an FSU College of Education faculty member, faculty members nominated him for this recognition. Dr. Mixon has held several positions in education including principal, superintendent of schools in Pinellas County, and deputy commissioner of education for the State of Florida.

Congratulations to all of our award winners!

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