Marcy Driscoll

Florida State alumnus named dean of FSU College of Education

Florida State University has named alumnus Damon Andrew as dean of the College of Education, effective Aug. 7. Andrew, who earned a doctorate in sport administration from Florida State in 2004, has served as the first permanent dean of Louisiana State University’s College of Human Sciences and Education and the E.B. “Ted” Robert Endowed Professor […]

Education doctoral student wins Three Minute Thesis competition

An education doctoral student took home the first-place prize for the Three Minute Thesis competition at Florida State University, Wednesday, Nov. 29. Shannon Gooden, a doctoral student in FSU’s School of Teacher Education, won the $1,000 prize and the opportunity to represent Florida State at a regional competition in February. “It’s so humbling,” Gooden said. […]

FSU College of Education to introduce accelerated teacher education programs

The College of Education at Florida State University will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce to introduce the new accelerated bachelor’s/master’s programs in the School of Teacher Education.  “Today’s teachers are more than just subject matter experts,” said Marcy Driscoll, dean of the FSU College of Education. “They are […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: February 2017

HONORS & AWARDS Jeffrey D. James, Ph.D. (Sport Management), has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the Earle F. Zeigler Lecture Award. This distinction is the most prestigious North American Society for Sport Management award and recognizes significant contributions to NASSM and the field of sport management in terms of scholarship, research, leadership and […]

Profiles in Leadership: Driscoll optimistic about future of college, education

Florida State University College of Education Dean Marcy Driscoll smiles as she reflects on her journey with FSU. The petite woman’s passion for education shines even brighter than her signature red hair. Dean Driscoll is a longtime faculty member at FSU; she joined the garnet and gold family in 1980. “A friend who graduated from […]

FSU invites students and professionals to participate in first education hackathon

The Florida State University College of Education invites innovators and entrepreneurs to hack some of education’s biggest challenges at its first ever education hackathon, “HackEd: Brainstorming Solutions to Issues in Education.” HackED will take place at 8 a.m, Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.  HackEd is a unique, daylong competition designed […]