Marjorie Manifold, a Professor of Arts Education, has recently been initiated as a Fellow of the National Association of Art Education (NAEA). This is considered the highest honor an art educator can receive.
Distinguished Fellows of the National Art Education Association are members of NAEA who are recognized for their service to the Association and to the profession of arts education. They must also demonstrate exemplary teaching, research, scholarship, leadership, and professional service through awards or honors.
Manifold was initiated at the annual NAEA conference in Boston last month.