As the Staff Assistant for the School of Education, Diddy Terry aids the Dean and works primarily with the traditional undergraduate and APS programs. She received two associated degrees from Lexington Community College, one in Business Management and the other in Accounting. She received her paralegal cerification from the University of Texas-San Antonio. She passed the CLA exam and is a nationally certified paralegal. Diddy and her husband, David, have 3 adult children.
When Asbury University alumni return to campus for Reunion, one of the things they say goes something like, “When I came to class, I knew I wasn’t just another student to my professor. He knew me, he challenged me, and I’m better at what I do now because he knew what he was talking about.” In an ongoing Web series, Asbury will feature just a few of the faculty at Asbury who are making a difference in both their subject areas and their classrooms.
This is the fifth in a series about student internships at Asbury University.
Prior to coming to Asbury, Michael enjoyed a 25-year career as a public and private school educator. During that time he served as a high school math teacher and principal. His most extensive work was as an alternative high school principal for students with emotional disorders and behavior problems. He worked both in the inner city of St. Louis and in the surrounding counties. He has an earned Ph.D. from the University of Missouri – St. Louis with a specific emphasis on At-Risk Students and Character Education.
Asbury University graduate Andrea Logan ’00 LaMotte is a teacher, and a good one — she was chosen as District Teacher of the year for the Caesar Rodney School District in Delaware for 2012-13.
WILMORE, Ky. — With a schedule of activities ranging from educational forums to the much-anticipated Highbridge Film Festival, Asbury University is primed to showcase its creative interaction with a diverse world of ideas during Engaging Culture Weekend April 18-20.
This sixth-annual event features concerts, theatrical performances, special speakers and visual-art displays both to demonstrate the talents of Asbury students and faculty and to engage with the ideas and philosophies that shape the surrounding culture.
The iPad in the hands of Dr. Sherry Powers ’77 looks just like all the other technological gadgets that have made life more interesting and convenient in recent years. However, the students and faculty in Asbury University’s School of Education are busily making this small device into a powerful tool for transforming the educational experiences of children around the state.
Asbury University is pleased to announce that Dr. Sherry Powers ’77 has accepted the position of Dean of the School of Education.