Dr. Linda Kondrick, associate professor of physical science at Arkansas Tech University, was recognized this month for her work as president of the Mid-South Educational Research Association (MSERA) in 2010. Kondrick (photographed) was honored during the MSERA Annual Meeting Nov. 3-5 in Mobile, Ala.
According to the MSERA constitution and bylaws, the organization’s mission is to “encourage quality educational research in the Mid-South and to promote the application of the results of quality educational research in the schools.”
MSERA includes members from Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Kondrick has been a member of the MSERA Board of Directors for 10 years. “The thing that really hooked me about this organization is that it is a family,” said Kondrick. “I was the 39th president of the organization, and 18 of the former presidents are still actively involved. It is the kind of group that inspires loyalty.” Kondrick has been a member of the Arkansas Tech faculty since 2001. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Ozarks, a Master of Education degree from Arkansas Tech and a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.]]>