| Jean Eledge
With 28 years at Lee University, Jean has distinguished herself as dedicated to excellence. In 2015, Jean was awarded the rank of “Distinguished Professor”—the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a member of Lee’s faculty. Her teaching, research, and presentations focus primarily on effective teaching, the integration of faith and learning, and leadership studies. Jean holds a doctorate in foreign language curriculum/instruction and a master’s degree in French from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Her bachelor’s degree, also in French, is from Carson-Newman University.
Bethany works with faculty to integrate technologies that facilitate active learning and engagement. With a background in humanities and a career in tech, she is dedicated to applying instructional technology with purpose for transformational learning. A member of the International Society for Technology in Education, Bethany has a B.A. in English and Ancient Languages from Asbury University and has also studied at Lee University and Oxford University, UK.
| Bethany Sargent