Gretchen Oltman receives award for outstanding dissertation


Gretchen Oltman receives award for outstanding dissertation

02 Jun 2010    

Gretchen Oltman has received the National Association of Secondary School Principals award for outstanding dissertation related to high school.

Gretchen is a May 2009 EDUS PhD graduate advised by Don Uerling (EDAD).  

Oltman's dissertation is titled "Dealing with Student Violent Writing in the English Classroom: A Framework for Public School Administrators."

Oltman teaches English at Lincoln East High School and is a licensed attorney who serves as the executive director of the Space and Telecom Law LL.M. Program at the UNL Law College.   The NASSP competition focuses professional and scholarly attention on the complex problems facing high school and middle level leaders and brings the national research agenda to bear on issues of concern for school leaders.


College of Education and Human Sciences
Educational Administration