Educational Technology Student at Loyola Receives Maryland State Education Association's Minority Recognition Award
Eric Hines, M.Ed. ’22, Master’s in Educational Technology student at Loyola University Maryland, received the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) Minority Recognition Award in the public education category. The award, which was given at the MSEA’s 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, recognizes an individual who demonstrates evidence of the improvement of education in the State of Maryland.
“Loyola has helped me develop into the type of transformative and compassionate leader that our students need to face the exciting challenges of the new look of education in the future.” Hines is currently a mathematics instructor and basketball coach at Laurel High School in Laurel, Md.
Read more about the award and Hine's impact on education in Maryland.