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Dr. Lassman Inducted to the 2018 Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators

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The Texas A&M University System recently honored 10 inductees to the 2018 Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators.

The organization was established in 2011, and salutes individuals from Texas A&M System Universities who have made momentous contributions in teacher education, as well as highlights the role of the A&M System in producing K-12 teachers for the state of Texas.

A&M-Kingsville’s very own, Dr. Marie Lassman, was one of the 10 inductees this year.  Dr. Lassman is the coordinator for the Master of Science in Education online degree, as well as the coordinator for the Undergraduate Secondary, All-level, and 4-8 programs.  Her research interests include substitute teaching and developing critical thinking skills in students.

University faculty, staff and students are invited to nominate any full-time faculty member who has had a compelling impact on the preparation of teachers. Inductees are then selected by past Academy members.

Honorees receive a stipend provided by The Chancellor’s Century Council, a commemorative medallion and a certificate honoring their dedication to those who are teaching the next generation.


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