By Jason Schoonover ’09, content specialist
July 08, 2020 | 11 a.m.
Adjunct Instructor Marta Shaw, Ph.D., recently received the prestigious Outstanding Young Scientist Scholarship in Poland. The scholarship is awarded to young scientists in Poland whose work is considered strategic for the country, and it will double her salary for three years at The Jagiellonian University and allow her to focus on her research.
Along with her work in Bethel’s Ed.D. in K-12 administration and Ed.D. in higher education leadership Graduate School programs, Shaw is an associate professor at the Institute of Public Affairs at The Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. Shaw compared The Jagiellonian University to a "Research I" institution in the U.S., so her work there centers more on scholarship and publishing than teaching. At Bethel, she uses her experience to help doctoral students harness their skills in research courses, and she helps coordinate the programs’ research and dissertation support.
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“One of the reasons I love Bethel is that perhaps more than at any other university I have worked at, I have seen Bethel strive—imperfectly but doggedly—to do the sorts of things we need to be doing for our civilization to survive."— Adjunct Instructor Marta Shaw