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Inspiring Educators welcomes Carly Maloney, ISU Young Alumnus Impact Award winner and Utah Teacher of the Year

Hosts Dean, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Executive Director of Philanthropic engagement, Tabatha Butler, interview supporters of the College of Education about their careers, philanthropy and who inspired them. This month they interview Mrs. Carly Maloney, Utah’s Teacher of the Year.

Join hosts Dean, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Philanthropic Advisor Tabatha Butler as they delve into an insightful interview with Carly Maloney, the esteemed Young Alumnus winner of the College of Education's Celebrating Excellence award. Maloney's journey is one of remarkable achievement, having graduated with honors from the ISU College of Education in 2014 with a bachelor of arts in secondary education. Her expertise spans multiple domains, being endorsed in English as a second language (ESL), English language, literature, composition, and psychology. As a dedicated member of the National Education Association and a former member of the Davis Educational Association Board, Maloney brings a wealth of experience and passion to the discussion.

Tune in as Maloney shares her inspiring story of being nominated for Utah Teacher of the Year, a testament to her exceptional contributions to the teaching field within a mere decade of her career.

Jean McGivney-Burelle joined Idaho State University in June of 2020 as Professor and Dean of the College of Education. Jean has more than two decades of experience in higher education. Her scholarly work is focused on the teaching and learning of mathematics and she has served as PI or Co-PI on STEM education grants totaling more than $2 million. Jean is a Mathematical Association of America Project NExT Fellow, a National Network for Educational Renewal Fellow, and a participant in the 2016-17 HERS Leadership Institute. She holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Hartford, an M.S. in Mathematics from Northeastern University, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Connecticut.