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GLORIA JEAN THOMAS

Graduate Department of Educational Leadership and Instructional Design


Idaho State University

Pocatello, ID 83252

208-282-5446

thomjea2@isu.edu



EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Department of Educational Leadership

Major: Higher Education Administration

Dissertation: Teacher-Employer Relations: A Legal Reference Guide

for Public School Educators, 1988

Graduation Date: December 1988





Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

Thesis: Business Management for University Conference Centers

Graduation Date: December 1985


Master of Science (M.S.)

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Major: College Student Services Administration

Minor: Business Administration

Non-thesis program

Graduation Date: June 1976


Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID

Majors: English, Music

ASISU Student of the Semester for Spring 1973

Graduation Date: August 1974 (Highest Honors)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
September 2004 - Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Idaho

Present State University, Pocatello, ID


September 2002 - Instructor, Department of Educational Leadership, Idaho State

August 2004 University, Pocatello, ID


September 2001- Adjunct Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Idaho State

August 2002 University, Pocatello, ID



Granted Full Membership on Graduate Faculty, November 2001
June 2001 - Visiting Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Idaho State

September 2001 University, Pocatello, ID


April 2001 - Grant Writer, Oneida County School District, Oneida County Sheriff’s Present Department, Oneida Hospital Foundation, Oneida County Senior Citizens Center, Oneida Pioneer Museum, Oneida County Ambulance, Oneida County Theater Guild, Malad Valley Welsh Foundation, Malad Fire District, Oneida Crisis Center, Oneida County, and Malad, City, ID
August 2001 - Teacher, Malad Middle School, Oneida School District, Malad, ID

May 2002 Taught one section of 8th grade algebra.


September 1997 - Instructor, Department of English, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID

December 1998 Courses Taught

English 90 Basic English

English 101 English Composition

English 102 Critical Reading and Writing
MY FATHER SUFFERED A STROKE IN THE SUMMER OF 1995. WHEN IT BECAME APPARENT HE COULD NO LONGER LIVE ALONE, I LEFT MY POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA AND RETURNED TO MY HOMETOWN TO CARE FOR HIM. I HAD JUST BEEN NOMINATED FOR ADVANCEMENT TO FULL PROFESSOR AT UND. I WAS GRANTED A LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM UND FROM JANUARY 1996 UNTIL I RESIGNED IN MAY 1997.
April 1993 - Associate Professor, Department of Educational Administration, Center

May 1997 for Teaching and Learning, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND


Granted Tenure, Spring 1993

Elected to Full Membership on Graduate Faculty, Fall 1989
August 1988 - Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Administration, Center

April 1993 for Teaching and Learning, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND


September 1984 - Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Educational Leadership,

August 1988 Brigham Young University, Provo, UT


September 1986 - Assistant Executive Secretary, Utah Professional Practices Advisory

August 1988 Commission, Utah State Board of Education, Salt Lake City, UT


June 1980 - Conference Coordinator, Office of Conferences and Institutes, Colorado

August 1984 State University, Fort Collins, CO


September 1979 - Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Administrative Office

May 1981 Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO


August 1972 - Residence Hall Director, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI; Wichita

May 1979 State University, Wichita, KS; Oregon Sate University, Corvallis, OR; and Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.



HONORS AND AWARDS


  • Dissertation won the 1989 Edgar L. Morphet Dissertation Award presented by the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA).




  • Nominated 5 times for Graduate Teacher of the Year and 3 times for Graduate Adviser of the Year at the University of North Dakota.



TEACHING
Courses Taught at Idaho State University

Courses Taught in Higher Education Concentration

History and Philosophy of Higher Education

Law of Higher Education

Finance in Higher Education

Higher Education Curriculum

Courses Taught in K-12 Administration Concentration

School Law

School Communications and Public Relations

Professional Negotiations

Legal Issues in Educational Organizations

Public School Monetary Policy

Supervision of Instruction

Using Data to Improve School Leadership

Introduction to Educational Leadership

Coordinator for Master’s Case Study


Core Courses

Research and Writing

Doctoral Seminar


  • All courses have been taught live and over the Idaho State University Distance Learning System to sites all around southern Idaho and Star Valley in Wyoming.




  • Guest speaker on “Issues in School Law” for undergraduate teacher education courses every semester on Pocatello and Twin Falls campuses.




  • Guest speaker on “School Law” for student teachers – Fall 2010.


Courses Taught at University of North Dakota

Courses Taught in Higher Education Concentration

History of Higher Education

Law of Higher Education

Finance in Higher Education

Higher Education Curriculum

Current Topics in Higher Education



Courses Taught in K-12 Administration Concentration

School Law

Advanced School Law

Special Education Law

Collective Bargaining

School Finance


Core Courses

Doctoral Seminar




  • All courses were taught live and over the University of North Dakota Distance Learning System to sites all around North Dakota.


Advising Activities at Idaho State University

Doctoral Dissertation Committee Chair

3 graduates

3 in progress
Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member

9 graduates

2 in progress
Doctoral Student Adviser

7 students


Education Specialist Student Adviser

3 students


Master’s Degree Adviser

7 graduates

15 in progress
2nd Member for Master’s Degree Projects in Literacy

(due to shortage of faculty in that program)

5 graduates

2 in progress



Advising Activities at University of North Dakota

Graduates (Chair) Graduates (Committee Member)

Master of Science (4) Master of Science (8)

Master of Education (12) Education Specialist (3)

Education Specialist (3) Doctor of Education (5)

Doctor of Education (3) Doctor of Philosophy (14)

Doctor of Philosophy (3)



SCHOLARSHIP
Articles in Refereed Journals

Reinhiller, N., & Thomas, G. J. (Spring 1996). Special education and home schooling: How laws interact with practice. Rural Special Education Quarterly,15(4), 11-17.


Thomas, G. J., & Sperry, D. J. (1993). The emerging case law on extra duty contracts: Implications and guidelines for practicing school administrators. Journal of School Leadership, 3(2), 165-184. Abstract also published in Change as Tradition: Challenges of Leadership for Professors of Educational Administration, selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA), pp. 67-73.
Muse, I. D., Thomas, G. J., & Wasden, F. D. (1993). Planning for effective mentoring in the preparation of school administrators. Educational Planning, 8(4), 3-8.
Muse, I. D., Thomas, G. J., & Wasden, F. D. (1992). Potential problems (and solutions) of mentoring in the preparation of school administrators. Journal of School Leadership, 2(3), 310-319.
Thomas, G. J. (1992). Copyrights: The law, the teacher, and the principal. Brigham Young University Journal of Law and Education, 1(1), 1-24. Also used with permission in education law class at the University of Idaho Law School.
Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1991). The thinning ranks of rural school administration: The principalship in trouble. The Rural Educator, (published by the National Rural Education Association), 13(1), 8-12.
Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J.(1991). Preparing principals to mentor prospective administrators. The Journal of the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, 3(1), 35-51.
Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1991). Rural principals: Select the best. Journal of Rural and Small Schools, (published by the National Rural and Small Schools Consortium), 4(3), 32-37.

Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1989). Preparing principals: New directions. Educational Considerations, (published by the Kansas State University College of Education), 16(2), 26-29.


Articles in Non-Refereed Journals

Thomas, G. J. (1991). Copyrights: The law, the musician, and the teacher. The Umbrella, (published by the North Dakota Council of School Administrators), 12(3), 12-21. Also published with permission from NDCSA in Texas Administrative Services Resource Center Bulletin.


Thomas, G. J., Williams, J., & Wasden, F. D. (1989). Public attitudes toward issues affecting public schools in Utah. Education and Law Perspectives, (published by the Brigham Young University Law School and Department of Educational Leadership), 4(1), 1-2.
Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1989). AIDS in the classroom: The legal implications. Education and Law Perspectives, (published by the Brigham Young University Law School and Department of Educational Leadership), 3(2), 1-6.
Muse, I. D., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (Spring 1989). Selecting and preparing educational leaders. The Bulletin, (published by the Utah Association of Secondary School Principals).
Thomas, G. J., & Wasden, F. D. (1988). Academic freedom in public schools. Education and Law Perspectives, (published by the Brigham Young University Law School and Department of Educational Leadership), 2(3), 1-3.
Thomas, G. J. (Spring 1988). An educator’s responsibility to the education profession. The Leader, (published by the Utah Association of Elementary School Principals), 6-7.
Thomas, G. J. (1987). Sexual abuse of children. Education and Law Perspectives, (published by the Brigham Young University Law School and Department of Educational Leadership), 1(3), 1-2, 9-11.
Books and Textbooks

Thomas, G. J., Sperry, D. J., & Wasden, F. D. (1991). The law and teacher employment. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company.


Chapters in Books

Thomas, G. J. (2010, 2005, 2003). Education law and parental rights. In G. W. Olsen & M. L. Fuller (Eds.), Home-school relations: Working successfully with parents and families (Chapter 10). Newton, MA: Allyn and Bacon, Inc. (Chapter revised and updated for 2nd , 3rd , and 4th editions of 1995 book).


Thomas, G. J. (1995). Education law and parental rights. In G. W. Olsen, S. Hanhan, & M. L. Fuller (Eds.), Home-school relations (Chapter 15). Newton, MA: Allyn and Bacon, Inc.
Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1992). Elementary education. In M. W. Galbraith (Ed.), Education in the rural American community. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company.
Thomas, G. J. (1991). Sacrifice. In Encyclopedia of Mormonism. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
Scholarly Presentations at Professional Meetings/Conferences

Thomas, G. J. (1998, April). Legal issues in student services. Presentation at annual western regional conference of the Association of College Unions-International (ACU-I), Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.


Thomas, G. J. (1995, October). Legal issues related to parental involvement in rural schools. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Salt Lake City, UT.
Thomas, G. J. (1995, September). Legal issues related to parental involvement in schools. Presentation at the annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Jackson Hole, WY.
Thomas, G. J. (1995, August). How high the wall? Church-state issues in school law. Keynote address at the annual University of Wyoming Maurice Wear Law Institute, Laramie, WY.
Thomas, G. J. (1994, October). North Dakota educators’ knowledge of school law issues. Presentation at the annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Sun Valley, ID.
Thomas, G. J. (1993, October). Rural educators’ knowledge of school law. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Burlington, VT.
Thomas, G. J. (1993, October). School superintendents’ knowledge of school law issues. Presentation at the annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Jackson Hole, WY.
Muse, I. D., Thomas, G. J., & Wasden, F. D. (1992, March). Comparison of rural and urban school principals in regard to health, stress, lifestyle, and attitude toward work. Presentation at the National Rural Education Symposium sponsored by the American Council on Rural Special Education and the National Rural and Small School Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. Abstract published in conference proceedings.
Wasden, F. D., Thomas, G. J., & Williams, J. (1992, March). The public’s attitudes toward public schools in Utah: A comparison of rural and urban responses to the questions on the 1991 Gallup Poll. Presentation at the National Rural Education Symposium sponsored by the American Council on Rural Special Education and the National Rural and Small Schools Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. Abstract published in conference proceedings.
Thomas, G. J. (1991, October). Distance learning over interactive television: A study of the attitudes of graduate students at the University of North Dakota and five distant sites. Paper presented at annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Jackson, MS. Paper co-authored by M. J Morgan & L. Chalmers.
Muse, I. D., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1991, October). A nationwide study of the health lifestyles of rural school principals. Presentation at annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Jackson, MS.
Thomas, G. J. (1991, August). Emerging case law on extra duty contracts: Implications and guidelines for practicing school administrators. Paper presented at annual conference of the National Council of Professors of Education Administration (NCPEA), Fargo, ND. Paper co-authored by D. J. Sperry.
Thomas, G. J. (member of 5-person panel) (1991, October). How to get published. Panel presentation at annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Jackson Hole, WY.
Muse, I. D., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1990, October). Health appraisal of rural school principals: A pilot study. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Colorado Springs, CO.
Thomas, G. J. (1990, October). The thinning ranks of the rural school principalship: A seven- state study. Presentation at annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Greeley, CO.
Webb, C. D., Shute, R. W., Muse, I. D, Newbold, B. L., & Thomas, G. J. (1989, October). Preparing mindful leaders: Some data, some cautions. Presentation at annual conference of the University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), Phoenix, AZ.
Muse, I. D., Thomas, G. J., & Newbold, B. L. (1989, October). Moving up into rural school administration. Presentation at annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Reno, NV. (Requested by ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools.)
Thomas, G. J. (1989, August). Teacher-employer relations: A legal reference guide for educators, 1988. Paper presented at annual conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA), Tuscaloosa, AL. (Requested by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management.)
Webb, C. D., Shute, R. W., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1989, March). Implications of preparing school administrators: Mentoring. Presentation at annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA. (Requested by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management.)

Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1988, September). Administrator preparation programs for rural education. Presentation at annual conference of the National Rural Education Association (NREA), Bismarck, ND.


Muse, I. D., Thomas, G. J., & Myers, M. (1988, August). A new program for preparing principals for rural Utah. Presentation at the Utah Rural Education Conference, College of Eastern Utah, Price, UT.
Self-Published Materials

Wasden, F. D., Williams, J., Muse, I. D., & Thomas, G. J. (January 1992). 1991 poll: The public’s attitudes toward the public schools in Utah. Provo, UT: Department of Educational Leadership, Brigham Young University.


Wasden, F. D., Thomas, G. J., & Williams, J. (1989). 1989 poll: The public’s attitudes toward the public schools in Utah. Provo, UT: The Center for Educational Policy Studies, Brigham Young University.
Muse, I. D., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1989). The Oak Hills School District scenario: A problem-solving approach to school administrator preparation (Vols. 1-5). Provo, UT: Department of Educational Leadership, Brigham Young University.
Muse, I. D., Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1988). The mentor principal: A handbook. Provo, UT: Department of Educational Leadership, Brigham Young University.
Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1987). Documents of freedom: The Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence, and Constitution. Provo, UT: Department of Educational Leadership, Brigham Young University.
Wasden, F. D., & Thomas, G. J. (1987). Supreme Court rulings in education: A compendium. Provo, UT: Department of Educational Leadership, Brigham Young University.
Scholarship in Progress and Unpublished Manuscripts

Thomas, G.J. (to be submitted October 2011). One rural school district’s experience with raising funds through a phonathon. The Researcher (published by the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association).


Enos, M., & Thomas, G.J. (to be submitted in August 2011). Using achievement in English writing skills to encourage rural high school students to go on to college. The Researcher (published by the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association).
Enos, M., & Thomas, G.J. (to be submitted in August 2011). Achievement of Business English students who are older than traditional college population. Journal of Adult Education (published by Mountain Plains Adult education Association).

Honena, V., & Thomas, G.J. (to be submitted in September 2011). Curricula, degrees, and certificates offered at American Indian tribal colleges. The Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education (published by American Indian Higher Education Consortium).


Dougherty, T.D., & Thomas, G.J. (in progress). Spirituality and spiritual intelligence as related to leadership practices of student leaders.
Thomas, G.J. (in progress). The selection of school superintendents in small, rural school districts.
Publications Board Member or Reviewer

  • Reviewer for Sage Publications for special education law and education law books, 2004-2005

  • Reviewer for IBM educational software, 1990-1992


Major Advisor for Master’s Thesis or Project

  • Major Advisor for 9 M.Ed. projects at the University of North Dakota.


Major Advisor for Doctoral Dissertation

  • Major Advisor for Marcella Enos, Ed.D.

Dissertation entitled Assessing writing and editing skills of first-year college students enrolled in short-term certificate and associate programs at the College of Technology, Idaho State University

  • Major Advisor for Troy Dougherty, Ed.D.

Dissertation entitled Spirituality, spiritual intelligence, and leadership practices of student leaders in the BYU-Idaho student activities program

  • Major Advisor for Vera Honena, Ed.D.

Dissertation entitled American Indian tribal colleges: mission statements, degrees and certificates, and American Indian course


  • Major Adviser for 5 Ed.D. dissertations at the University of North Dakota.

  • Major Advisor for 14 Ph.D. dissertations at the University of North Dakota.



SERVICE
Current Professional and Academic Association Memberships

  • Phi Delta Kappa (National Education Honor Society) - inducted in 1990

  • Phi Kappa Phi (National Arts and Humanities Honorary) - inducted in 1973 and 1987

  • Golden Key (National Honor Society) - inducted in 1987

  • Beta Gamma Sigma (National Business Honor Society) - inducted in 1980

  • Mortarboard (National Senior Honor Society) - inducted in 1972


Service to Professional Associations

  • Assessor for North Dakota Principals’ Assessment Center (NASSP), 1991-1995

  • Regional Adviser for North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota Chapters of Mortarboard (National Senior Honor Society), 1993-1994.



Inservice Courses and Workshops to Schools

  • Presenter for workshop on grant writing for Malad High School teachers - March 1999

  • Co-facilitator for workshop on special education law for Jamestown (ND) Special Education Unit.

  • Facilitator for workshop over interactive video network for related services personnel (physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists) in North Dakota.

Workshop leader on legal issues in education for school districts in Belcourt, Bismarck, Carrington, Dickinson, Larimore, and Grand Forks, ND; for school district consortia in Valley City and Walsh-Pembina Counties, ND; for the North Dakota School for the Blind, and for the North Dakota Council for Exceptional Children.
School Committee Work at the Local Level

  • Chair, Oneida Education Foundation, Oneida School District #351 – 1999-Present

  • Secretary/Treasurer, Oneida County School District Hall of Fame Committee, 2008- Present

  • Member of Northwest Technical College Equity Committee, East Grand Forks, MN.


Professional-Related Consulting

  • Consultant to Search Committee for new superintendent for Oneida School District – Spring 2011

  • Consultant on Grant Writing for Snake River and Preston School Districts – 2009-2010

  • Consultant for Leadership Team for College of the Menominee Nation, Keshena, WI --2008

  • Consultant for School Improvement Process and Implementation of State Standards Committee for Oneida School District, Malad, ID – 2000-2002

  • Hearing Officer for Grand Forks School District, Grand Forks, ND


University Committee Work and Leadership

University Committees at Idaho State University

Participant in colloquium on professional writing sponsored by the Student Affairs Division of ISU (2 semesters).

University Library Committee (3 years)
University Committees at University of North Dakota

Institutional Review Board (1989-1995)

President’s Advisory Council on Women’s Issues (1994-1995)

University Task Force on Student Evaluation of Classes (1995)

Selection Committee for Research Awards (1994)

Graduate Committee (1991-1994; Chair 1993-1994)

Graduate School Diversity Scholarship Advisory Committee (1993-1994)

Advisory Committee for Writing Across the Curriculum (1990-1994; Chair 1992-1994)

College representative to University Faculty Senate, 1992-1994

Selection Committee for University Meritorious Service Awards (1992)

TouchTone Telephone Registration Implementation Committee (1988-1992)

Academic Computing Committee (1990-1991)

Task Force on Special Needs Students (Co-Chair 1990-1991)
College Committee Work and Leadership

College of Education Committees at Idaho State University


Doctoral Committee (1 year)

Graduate Faculty Committee (1 year)

Diversity Committee (1 year)

Teacher Education Admissions Appeals Committee (2 years)

Associate Dean Search Committee (1 year)

Promotion and Tenure Committee for 3 colleagues in College of Education


College Committees at University of North Dakota

Graduate Committee (Chair 1994)

Personnel Advisory Committee (Chair 1990-1991 and 1993-1994)

Personnel Appeals Committee (1994-1995)

Task Force on Disabled Students (Chair 1990-1991)

Vito Perrone Scholarship Selection Committee (1992)


Department/Program Committee Work and Leadership

Department of Educational Leadership Committees at Idaho State University

Coordinator for department assessment process (6 years)

Liaison with library (4 years)

Member of faculty search committee (2 years)


Graduate Faculty Representative

GFR at Idaho State University

Nursing (2 master’s degree students)

Business (2 MBA students)

Counseling (1 doctoral student)

Health and Nutrition Sciences (1 master’s degree student)


Outside Member on Committees at University of North Dakota

8 doctoral committees

12 master’s degree committees
Professional Speaking to Civic or Business Groups

“Resume Writing” for church women’s organization in Malad, ID

“The Professional Woman” for northeast ND professional women’s association


Other Professionally-Related Community Service

Grants Funded: 175 grants for approximately $5,216,400
Grants Funded for Schools: 82 grants for approximately $2,703,900 (all since 2000)
Examples of Funded Grants for Schools

August 2011. Idaho Community Foundation. Grant to fund library books for Malad Elementary School Library ($1000)


January 2011. Idaho Community Foundation. Grant to fund lights for auditorium and curriculum materials for Malad Elementary music program ($2488)
November 2010. Lowe’s Toolbox for Education. Grant to build addition on Malad High School Ag Department greenhouse ($5000).
October 2008. Idaho Department of Transportation. Grant for Safe Route to School for crosswalks and lights ($26,700)
January 2008. 21st Century Community Learning Center. Grant for after-school program for Malad Elementary and Middle Schools. ($200,000)
March 2003. United States Department of Education/21st Century Community Learning Center under No Child Left Behind. Grant for before, after, and summer enrichment programs for Malad Elementary and Middle Schools. ($460,000 over 5 years)
September 2002. United States Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS). Grant to fund a police resource officer for Oneida School District. ($122,519 over 3 years)
May 2002. United States Department of Education. Grant to repair and remodel Malad Elementary School. ($133,000)
August 2001. Idaho Community Foundation. Grant for student grading system software for Malad High School. ($15,000)
May 2000. Idaho State Department of Education. Grant to develop electronic portfolio system for Malad High School. ($74,400)
Grants Funded by University of North Dakota Research Committee: 5 grants for $3400
October 1995. UND Faculty Research Committee. Travel grant to attend National Rural Education Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, in October 1995. ($350)
January 1992. UND Faculty Research Committee. Research grant to conduct study entitled AA Study of North Dakota Public School Principals’ and Teachers’ Real and Perceived Knowledge of School Law. ($2000)
January 1992. UND Faculty Research Committee. Travel grant to attend National Rural Education Symposium in Salt Lake City, Utah, in March 1992. ($250)

November 1991. UND Women’s Equity Committee. Research grant to conduct study entitled AA Study of North Dakota Public School Superintendents’ Real and Perceived Knowledge of School Law. ($500)


April 1991. UND Office of Instructional Development. Travel grant to attend conference on special education law in Chicago, Illinois, in May 1991. ($300)
Grants Funded for Other Community Agencies and Organizations: 89 grants for approximately $2,511,000 (all since 2000)
Community Honors and Awards

Special Recognition Award for Idaho Mathcounts – February 2011

Malad City/Oneida County Community Volunteer of the Year Award - April 2004

Grand Teton Council “Salute to a Community Leader” Award - March 2004



Malad Elementary School Volunteer Award – December 2003


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