Stephenie M. Hewett, Ed.D.
Originally from Aiken, SC, Stephenie grew up surrounded by teachers. Generations of females in her family have been teachers. She entered Clemson University and majored in Early Childhood Education. After teaching for 4 years, she returned to Clemson to complete a Master’s degree in Reading Education. While teaching on the college level as a teaching assistant at Clemson, she found her true educational fit with the college age group. Seeking to continue teaching on a college level, she received an Ed.D. from New Mexico State University in Curriculum and Instruction with Special Emphasis on Reading. She began her college teaching career in 1988 at The Citadel. She is a child advocate and a licensed Darkness –to- Light Stewards of Children Facilitator. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Zucker Family School of Education and coordinates the partnership between Darkness to Light and The Citadel as well as the Teacher Cadet Program.
Office: Capers Hall 327A
Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction - New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
Dr. Hewett’s research interests revolve around her service to The Citadel with the Darkness to Light Initiative. She is interested in evaluating the impacts of the Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children Child sexual abuse prevention training on cadets, graduate students, faculty, staff, and administration of The Citadel as well as on youth serving organizations.
Graham, T.J., Hewett, S.M., Warner, J.M., & Graham, C.H. (2013). Perceptions
Graham, T. J., Hart, H. R., Hewett, S. M., & Jefferson, R. N. (2010). Merging brain
Graham, T., Richardson Jones, K., & Hewett, S. (2009). Mission possible: Using