Lamb recognized for contributions to education

  • Wednesday, 21 October 2015 10:00

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The Southeastern Association of Community College Research (SACCR) recently honored Dr. Rosemary Craven Lamb, Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness at Mississippi Delta Community College, with the Gwen P. Aldridge Institutional Effectiveness Award. Lamb was recognized for her leadership and advancement in the field of institutional effectiveness and her contributions in the areas of community college program evaluation and accreditation.

SACCR also honored Dr. Lamb with the Outstanding Paper Award for her quantitative research on Student Engagement Factors that Predict the Persistence of Latino Males in America's Community Colleges. Her research on student engagement was recently selected for publication in the NASAP Journal of the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals.

In 2013, the Mississippi Association for Institutional Research awarded Lamb the Jim Nichols Service Award, the highest honor presented to an individual who has shown exemplary service and leadership to the organization.

Dr. Lamb has served as an accreditation evaluator for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) at community colleges across Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia. She has also served as president of the Mississippi Association for Institutional Research, treasurer of the Southeastern Association for Community College Research, and as a member of the SACSCOC Annual Conference Planning Committee.

Dr. Lamb holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from Jackson State University, a master's degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Mississippi, and a bachelor's degree in English from Delta State University. Lamb and her husband, Chuck, have three children and five grandchildren.