January 18, 2023

Professor Receives Prestigious Award for Outstanding Journal Article

Education in Leadership professor Mollie Galloway, along with her colleague and co-author Ann Ishimaru, have been named the 2022 William J. Davis Award recipients for their article “Hearts and Minds First: Institutional Logics in Pursuit of Educational Equity.”

Mollie Galloway Education in Leadership professor Mollie Galloway, along with her colleague and co-author Ann Ishimaru, have been named the 2022 William J. Davis Award recipients for their article “Hearts and Minds First: Institutional Logics in Pursuit of Educational Equity.”

The Davis Award was established by University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) in 1979, and is given annually to the author(s) of the most outstanding article published in Educational Administration Quarterly (EAQ) during the preceding volume year.

Gerardo Lopez, editor of EAQ, congratulated Galloway and Ishimaru in an email announcing their win.

“This year, the committee selected your article “Hearts and Minds First: Institutional Logics in Pursuit of Educational Equity,” as the recipient of the 2022 William J. Davis Award. Thank you for submitting such outstanding work to the journal, and congratulations, once again, for this accomplishment and recognition of your scholarship.”

Mollie Galloway is an associate professor and chair of the department of educational leadership at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. Her current work includes collaborative efforts with local schools and educational organizations to address issues of equity in P-12 schools.