Marilyn Grady

Marilyn  L. Grady portrait picture

Marilyn Grady

Professor

1980 Ph.D., Educational Administration, Ohio State University
1972 M.S., Education, Eastern Illinois University
1971 B.A., History, Saint Mary’s College

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Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
1999, 2000, Nominee, UNL Outstanding Contribution to the Status of Women Award1995, Nominee, UNL Outstanding Contribution to the Status of Women Award1994, Recipient, YWCA Tribute to Women Award1994, Nominee, UNL Outstanding Contribution to the Status of Women Award1994, Nominee, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration President’s Award1992, Nebraska Schoolmasters1992, Admiral, Nebraska Navy1991, Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Experience
1986 to present, Full/Associate/Assistant Professor of Educational Administration, Teachers College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1985-1986, Acting Assistant Chairperson, Department of Education, Washburn University1985-1986, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Student Teaching, Education Department, Washburn University1982-1985, Director of Continuing Medical Education and Coordinator of Instructional Development, College of Medicine, University of Illinois1978-1980, Principal and Eighth Grade Teacher, St. Mary School1976-1978, Staff Development Intern, Perry Middle School1977-1978 Graduate Research Associate, College of Dentistry, Ohio State University1976-1977, Graduate Research Associate, College of Education, Ohio State University1972-1976, Department Chairperson and Teacher, Notre Dame High School1971-1972, Teacher, Community Unit District #2, Mattoon, Illinois
Memberships
American Association of School AdministratorsAmerican Educational Research Association International Academy of Educational LeadersMidwest Educational Research AssociationNational Council of Professors of Educational AdministrationNational Rural Education AssociationNebraska Council of School Administrators Phi Delta KappaFounding Member, International Academy of Educational LeadersResearch Representative, UNL Chapter 15, Phi Delta Kappa