Gordon C. Lee Dissertation Award Winners
We are very proud of the current and past work of students in Foundations, and particularly proud of the fact that in recent years the College of Education’s Gordon C. Lee Dissertation Award, awarded annually for the most outstanding dissertation in the college, has been awarded to five Foundations students.
(2006) Jean Snell, “A philosophical inquiry into the promise to close the achievement gap: rhetoric or resolution?” Dr. Snell is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland.
(2004) Bonnie McDaniel, ”Autonomy, gender, and democratic education.”
(2003) Stephen Woolworth, “Conflict, collaboration, and concession: a study of the rise and fall of medical authority in Seattle Public Schools, 1892-1922.” Dr. Woolworth is currently an Assistant Professor at Pacific Lutheran University.
(2000) Charles Bingham, “Theorizing recognition in education.” Dr. Bingham is currently an Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University
(1996) Jaylynne Hutchinson, “Education and dignity: Paying attention to stories.” Dr. Hutchinson is currently an Associate Professor at Ohio University.