Dr. Denise Moseley
Assistant Professor of Education & Director of Institutional Effectiveness
Building/Office: Nelson (NEL) 220 Slot Number: 33
Dr. Denise Moseley holds an undergraduate degree in elementary education from McNeese State University, an M.Ed. in reading from Southern Arkansas University, and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction from Louisiana Tech University. She has been a member of the faculty at Southern Arkansas University since 2002 and Director of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness since 2010, at which time she was presented with the Outstanding Faculty Award from the Arkansas Distance Learning Association. She is a past recipient of the SAU Faculty Excellence Award for Service and past recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award for the Webster Parish School District. Dr. Moseley has extensive experience using LiveText, incorporating assessments and portfolios in her classes since 2005; she is the University’s LiveText coordinator, responsible for system administration, faculty and student training, and data management. Moseley serves on the CAEP Leadership Team for the SAU College of Education, as well as the Strategic Planning Council and the AQIP Coordinating Team for the university.
- B.A., McNeese State University
- M.Ed., Southern Arkansas University
- Ed.D., Louisiana Tech University