Roller Awarded Miller Scholarship in Educational Leadership

By Purnell T. Cropper | May 11, 2010

Thomas Roller was awarded the Norman A. Miller Scholarship for Educational Leadership at Arcadia University’s 2010 Honors Convocation.

The Miller Scholarship is awarded to the graduate student enrolled in the Educational Leadership program whose scholarship, interpersonal skills, writing ability, dedication and leadership exemplify the goals and objectives of the Educational Leadership program at Arcadia University. This scholarship was established by friends and colleagues of Dr. A. Norman Miller, former Professor and Chair of the Education Department and Dean of Graduate Studies.

Roller received his principal certification and Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Arcadia University, maintaining a 4.0 GPA, and he is currently working on his Superintendent Letter of Eligibility at Arcadia. “Tom has been a middle school teacher, secondary basketball coach, organizer of a Big Brothers/Big Sisters program, high school assistant principal, and athletic director,” said Assistant Professor Mark Wade. Roller is principal of Jenkintown Middle School and High School in Montgomery County.