Two Texas Wesleyan School of Education faculty members have gained statewide praise for their service to education.
Professor of Education Patsy Robles-Goodwin, Ed.D., and Associate Professor of Education Elizabeth Ward, Ph.D., were recognized at the Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education Fall Teacher Education Conference awards dinner on Oct. 10 in San Marcos.
Dr. Robles-Goodwin was nominated for the Exemplary Faculty Practices Award for her work with teachers of English language learners. Dr. Ward was presented with the Ben E. Coody Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Association of Teacher Education for her service to the association and her impact on state educational policy.
“Both Drs. Robles-Goodwin and Ward are not only key leaders at the University, but critical leaders in their fields and in Texas,” said Carlos Martinez, dean of the Texas Wesleyan School of Education. “They have, and continue to, make major contributions to policy that impacts public school students all over the state. They are excellent instructors who are dedicated to the development of effective and committed teachers.”