COWLES, MILLY, 1932-

Biography:

Teacher, university professor of education; educational consultant. Born– May 29, 1932, Ramer. Parents– Russell Fail and Sara (Mills) Cowles. Education– Troy State University, B.S., 1952, University of Alabama, M.A., 1958, Ph.D., 1962. Taught in Floyd Elementary School, Montgomery from 1952-1959; served on the faculty of Rutgers University, 1962-97; , University of Georgia, 1966-67; University of South Carolina, 1967-73; at the School of Education, University of Alabama, Birmingham, 1973-1990; Dean, 1980-87.  Consultant to many educational projects and institutions. Awarded professor emerita status at UAB on her retirement.  Member many professional education associations, including the Association for the Advancement of Science, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, and the American Educational Research Association. Outstanding Public Educator Award from the Capstone College of Education Society at the University of Alabama, 1977.  Outstanding Alumna, Troy State University, 1984.  Early Childhood Education Leadership Award, South Carolina State University, 1992.

Source:

Marquis Who’s Who online.

Littleton, George. From Ramer to Rutgers. Montgomery: Donnell Group, 2013.

Publication(s):

Developmental Discipline. Birmingham, Ala.; Religious Education Press 1982.

Joint_Publication(s):

Activity-oriented classrooms.  NEA, 1992.

Taming the Young Savage. Birmingham, Ala.; Development Press, 1980.

Editor_and_Contributor

Perspectives in the Education of Disadvantaged Children. Scranton, Pa.; International Textbook Co., 1967.

Contributor:

School Begins With Kindergarten. Columbia, S.C.; South Carolina Department of Education, 1978.