Kenneth T. Henson

Kenneth T. Henson is dean of the School of Education at the Citadel and author of a new book on grant writing in higher education, Successful Grant Writing For School Leaders.

Prior to his position at The Citadel he was the Dean (1988–1999) & Professor (1999–2001) at Eastern Kentucky University. He was also a Professor and Head of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Alabama. He was the first director of the doctoral program at Delta State University. He was also a Professor of Education at Indiana State University, Texas A & M University, and the University of Miami.[2] He was a Fullbright Scholar, 1971-1972. In 2000 he received the Association of Teacher Educators Distinquished Teacher Educator Award. He received the Franklin Silverman Lifetime Achievement Award from the Text and Academic Authors Association in 2008.

Grant Writing Myths & Success Tips

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