Arkansas Tech University alumna Dr. Kimberly McFall has earned a Fulbright Scholar Award to study the integration of technology in K-12 classrooms in the post-COVID era.
She will conduct the research while working at the University of Wroclaw in Poland.
“It is my goal to start a best practices model that can be shared with institutions that are looking to build a collaborative and productive working space,” wrote McFall in her project statement for the grant.
McFall earned a bachelor’s degree in music education from Arkansas Tech in 1996.
She went on to obtain a master’s degree in library science from Appalachian State University. She holds specialist and doctoral degrees in educational leadership from Arkansas State University.
McFall is associate professor of curriculum and instruction at Marshall University (W. Va.). She has served on the Marshall faculty since 2015.
Learn more about McFall’s award in a news release provided by Marshall University at www.marshall.edu/news/2022/03/23/marshall-faculty-member-receives-fulbright.