Marilyn May Dolven Selected by Cambridge Who's Who as Professional of the Year in Art Education.
Dolven has an impressive history of providing leadership in educational methods spanning more than 25 years. At Brenau University, she specializes in methods to improve the quality of education and educational standards. Her other areas of expertise are curriculum development, media technology, integration, art, supervision of student teachers and teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels in both on ground and online formats.
Dolven received her Ph.D. in curriculum design, master's degree in media technology integration and bachelor's degree in education, all from Kansas State University. She is also a certified K-12 art teacher. Dolven is a member and sponsor of Kappa Delta Pi and is a member of the International Society for Education, National Council on Geography Education, National Council of Social Studies Education, Association for Supervision and Curriculm Development and Association of Educational Communication and Technology. She has done extensive research and has published works on program development and aligning social studies. She has also been recognized as Kansas Elementary Art Teacher of the Year.
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