Cherokee High Teacher Wins Clendenin Fellowship
Cherokee High School teacher Daniel Gagnon has been chosen as a Clendenin Fellow for Kennesaw State University. He teaches Advanced Placement (AP) Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics, AP World History and U.S. History.
About the program (from https://web.kennesaw.edu/clendenin/): Established by John Clendenin in 2008, the Clendenin Graduate Fellows Program offers the first graduate fellowships of its kind at Kennesaw State University. The program attracts outstanding individuals interested in earning a master’s or doctoral degree to study at any approved institution with awards up to $20,000 annually. The Clendenin Graduate Fellowship enables the student to pursue their doctorate with funding up to three years or their master’s up to two years. Successful candidates show outstanding leadership potential, a capacity for accomplishment and the commitment to complete his or her program. Past fellowships have been offered to students seeking a degree in numerous fields of study such as biological science, computer science, education, finance, mathematics, nursing, professional writing, and literary studies.