Staci Martin has been awarded a scholarship from Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education. Martin is PSU doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership Curriculum and Instruction and an adjunct instructor in Child and Family Studies in the School of Social Work.
Martin was awarded the $1,300 Louise M. Berman Fellows Award for doctoral students. She was recognized for her research project, Co-Creating Spaces of Critical Hope.
The scholarship is based on academic success, involvement in Kappa Delta Pi, and a written essay. She was selected from pool of applicants from students around the country.
Founded in 1911, Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education is a dynamic learning community that recognizes and enhances growth in scholars and leaders. The society’s mission is advanced through:
- Recognizing and confirming the status of scholars and educators to achieve and sustain preeminence in teaching, scholarship, and service
- Focusing on effectively addressing the needs of members through the phases of their careers as scholars and educators
- Providing an energetic, diverse learning community that enhances professional growth through high-quality programs, services, and products
Congratulations Staci! The GSE is proud of you.