When you want to know about grant writing for schools and what works and what doesn’t, it’s best to consult an expert; a grant writing expert who’s not only an educator, but has also successfully obtained millions of dollars worth of grant funding. And, it would be nice if they were a published author and […]
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. 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.