Associate Professor of Education/Director of Teacher Education
Kay Williams serves as associate professor of education and has taught at Hanover College since 2000. She came to Hanover with more than 20 years of teaching experience (k-12), four years as a school program coordinator, three years as assistant instructor for undergraduate and graduate level education courses.
Williams was founding director for a community children's museum. Her scholarship has included a longitudinal study of kindergarten use of computers to teach reading and writing and a study about why high school students students of color do or do not pursue a teaching career.
In addition to previously serving as an accreditation administrator for Hanover's education department, Williams currently focuses on secondary education instruction that reflects national and state reform/change.
Ph.D., Indiana University
B.A., M.A., University of Northern Colorado
Teaching Areas / Expertise / Specializations:
Off-campus study of the civil rights movement
Off-campus study of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee
Indiana and national accreditation coordinator