Educational Leadership Student Wins WMU’s Highest Graduate Award

April 7, 2015

Educational leadership doctoral student, Anne Lundquist, has recently been announced as the WMU 2015 All-University Graduate Teaching Effectiveness Award winner from the Department of Educational Leadership, Research, and Technology.  This award is the highest honor that WMU bestows upon its graduate students. The award recognizes Lundquist’s outstanding teaching, particularly her work on the assessment and higher education law. She brings topical area expertise into her classes as well as enthusiasm and passion for student learning and development. Lundquist represents the WMU pillars in her teaching and work with students; she creates a classroom experience that is learner centered and discovery driven.

In addition to her doctoral studies, Lundquist coordinates the WMU Division of Student Affairs assessment efforts, and teaches two courses in the ELRT department based on her areas of expertise. A true practitioner-scholar, Lundquist brings her knowledge and research on assessment in higher education and law and policy into the classroom.

Lundquist will receive her award at a special reception sponsored by the WMU Graduate College, the Graduate studies Council and the Graduate Student Advisory Committee. The event will be held on Thursday, April 30.