Larry G. Daniel, Ph.D.
Professor and Dean of Zucker School of Education
Dr. Larry G. Daniel serves as Dean and Professor in the Zucker Family School of Education, at The Citadel, in Charleston, South Carolina. He is an educational leader focused on building excellence in faculty and academic programs. In his 38 years as an educator, he has worked with students ranging from middle school through advanced graduate levels. He has served as a higher education administrator for the past 20 years, including 14 years as an academic dean.
Larry has led partnerships between higher education and K-12 schools, including professional development schools, outreach initiatives, and urban school networks. He serves on community boards and councils, particularly for organizations devoted to the needs of children and youth. He holds offices in state, regional, and national professional organizations.
Larry has served as keynote speaker for conferences and events, and regularly presents at professional meetings. His areas of scholarly interest include Educational Leadership and Policy, Teacher Education, Research and Evaluation, and Quantitative Methods. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of Middle Grades Research Journal and as a member of the editorial boards of several other scholarly publications.
Larry and his wife, Caren, reside in James Island, South Carolina. They have four adult children and six grandchildren.
Office: Capers Hall 307A