Lynne Stover Honored with VAASL Award


Lynne StoverLynne Farrell Stover, the teacher consultant for the JMU Center for Economic Education, has recently been honored with the 2013 Friend of the Virginia Association of School Librarians (VAASL) Award.

The Friend of VAASL Award is given to any individual, group, or organization who aims to ensure student academic success by promoting literacy, information access, technological utilization, collaboration in teaching, professional growth, and instructional leadership.

As an educator for over forty years, Lynne has served as an elementary school teacher, a gifted education specialist, and a middle school librarian. In her current position as the teacher consultant for the Center of Economic Education at JMU, Lynne is responsible for conducting teacher workshops and creating lessons and activities that support economic literacy. In addition to countless publications, she also presents at regional, state, and national educational conferences to share her expertise with others and promote the importance of literary media and technology in instructional programs.

Lynne will receive recognition as the 2013 Friend of VAASL at the fall conference in Williamsburg.

The College of Business sends its congratulations to Lynne, and applauds her outstanding work and dedication to education.

Published: Monday, September 16, 2013

Last Updated: Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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