The President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Visits KSU

On October 13, 2014, Dr. Arthur Levine, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, visited Kennesaw State University. During a meeting with KSU representatives and school district leadership, Dr. Levine expressed delight in the development of an innovative 36-credit hour Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program for mathematics and science. He was most impressed with the impact the program design is having on other concentrations of KSU’s MAT program. On his departure from campus, Dr. Levine thanked the faculty members and school district representatives who worked tirelessly over the spring and summer semesters to not only development the program and its courses, but successfully navigate the program through the university and state approval process.

Pictured left to right

  • Nancy Larimer,
         Director of Professional, Virtual & Learning Resources, Cobb County School District
  • Diane Hopkins,
         Vice President of Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
  • Charles Amlaner,
         Vice President of Research, COO of KSURSF, KSU
  • Arthur Levine,
         President, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
  • Arlinda Eaton,
         Dean of the Bagwell College of Education, KSU
  • Mark Anderson,
         Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, KSU
  • Tom Bordenkircher,
         Georgia State Director, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
  • Cliff Cole, Superintendent,
         Paulding County School District
  • Desha L. Williams,
         Project Director for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship at KSU

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