Professor Earns KABHE Award
Dr. Roger Cleveland, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies at EKU, has been honored by the Kentucky Association of Blacks in Higher Education.
At the 2012 KABHE state conference, Cleveland was presented with the Dr. Joseph H. McMillan Faculty Award, given to a current tenure-track faculty member in Kentucky who is a member of the association and has a demonstrated record of scholarly research, service and teaching.
The award is a tribute to the late Dr. Joseph McMillan, honoring his legacy as co-founder of KAHBE and his outstanding leadership, service, research and teaching. The award is presented annually to salute and highlight the state’s top minority talents in academia.