Company: Upper Dublin High School
Location: Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, United States
Emiline Hallowell, Teacher at Upper Dublin High School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in middle school education.
After initially obtaining a Bachelor of Education in 1968 and subsequently a master’s degree in education administration from The Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Hallowell later continued her academic efforts at Temple University, where she earned a Doctor of Education in 2002, and received a Dissertation Award in 2003 for “Teachers and Employers and Perception on the Development of Preferred Entry-Level and Job-Retention Skills for the Purpose of Initial Employment.”
Dr. Hallowell’s over four decades in the educational field includes seven years teaching in Catholic schools in Florida and Philadelphia, 33 years with the Centennial School District, Warminster, Pennsylvania and then with middle school and 12th grade in Upper Dublin High School in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. As a commitment to her field, Dr. Hallowell was active with the Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Language Arts and the Omicron Tau Theta honor society.
Dr. Hallowell attributes her success to the people she met who helped her along in her career journey, such as her professors and her principal, who helped her with her dissertation and continued encouraging her. Coming from a large family, she was used to taking care of people, and being able to take care of her family is something that gives her great pride and joy. In the coming years, Dr. Hallowell would like to be able to network with people and ultimately publish the children’s book on which she is currently working. She would like to be remembered for being kind, helpful, and caring to others.
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