Moseley earns doctorate in education
May 19, 2013 | 731 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
On May 9, Lauren “Jeneva” Moseley, daughter of Richard and Courtenay Kimberling, earned a doctorate in education, with a concentration in teacher education and a specialization in mathematics education, from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her dissertation was “The Impact of Analyzing Correct versus Incorrect Student Work Samples on Students’ Learning Mathematics.”

Dr. Moseley’s prior education includes a master’s degree in mathematics from UT-Knoxville, 2002, and a triple-major bachelor’s degree (summa cum laude) in mathematics, mathematics education, and English education, from Lee University, 2001.

A native of Bradley County, Moseley was salutatorian of the 1997 Bradley Central High School graduating class and was 1994 Miss Trewhitt Junior High.

As a full-time lecturer for the UTK Math Department for the past seven years, Dr. Moseley has taught thousands of college students. Dr. Moseley is also a published author and has spoken at many teacher-training programs and at state and national conferences. She anticipates an assistant professorship at Lee University this fall.

Dr. Moseley and her husband, Alex, who is also a Cleveland-native and UTK-graduate, have two children, Meadow, 8, and Granite, 3. They are members of South Cleveland Church of God.