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language educator , researcher

Beatrice Naff Bailey, American language educator, researcher. Recipient A.L. Burruss Research and Service award, 1991, Good Apple award SCCTE, 1998, Career Woman of Year award Easley Business and Professional Women, 1998. Member National Council Teachers English (Promising Researcher award 1988, Richard Meade research award 1990), National Conference Research English, Phi Delta Kappa (Research award 1988).

Background

Bailey, Beatrice Naff was born on July 7, 1957 in Roanoke, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Wesley W. Junior and Angelia (Hunt) Naff.

Education

Bachelor in English, Longwood College, 1979. Master of Arts in Theology, Bethany Theological Seminary, 1981. Doctor of Education, Va Technology, 1987.

Career

Professor Clemson (South Carolina) University, since 1991, director Clemson Writing Project, since 1993.

Membership

Member National Council Teachers English (Promising Researcher award 1988, Richard Meade research award 1990), National Conference Research English, Phi Delta Kappa (Research award 1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, tennis, collecting nativity scenes.

Connections

Married William Glenn Bailey, November 5, 1994.

father:
Wesley W. Naff Junior

mother:
Angelia (Hunt) Naff

spouse:
William Glenn Bailey