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About Teresa R. Eagle

Dr. Teresa R. Eagle is Dean of Marshall University’s Graduate School of Education and Professional Development. Eagle was coordinator of Marshall’s doctoral programs in education, as well as a tenured professor in the Leadership Studies program.
Eagle is currently the president of the Southern Regional Council on Education Administration. She is also a member of the national and West Virginia associations of secondary school principals, the American Educational Studies Association, Phi Delta Kappa and the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, among others.
Prior to coming to the university, Eagle served in the Kanawha County Schools in a number of roles, including curriculum supervisor and assistant principal. She also taught mathematics in the Kanawha and Boone County schools. She was named West Virginia State Teacher of the Year in 1989 and spent a year as an education specialist working for NASA’s Project Laser at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Eagle holds a B.S. degree in mathematics from Morris Harvey College (now the University of Charleston), an M.A. degree in education administration from the West Virginia Graduate College (now part of Marshall University), an Ed.D. in educational leadership studies from West Virginia University, and an Ed.S. degree from Marshall.

Positions

Present Dean, College of Education and Professional Development, Marshall University
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Curriculum Vitae



Honors and Awards

  • Southern Regional Council on Education Administration, President
  • West Virginia State Teacher of the Year in 1989
  • NASA’s Project Laser at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, Education Specialist
  • Ashland Outstanding Advisor Award


Contact Information

Huntington:
phone: 304-696-3131
South Charleston:
phone: 307-746-1992

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