Dr. Quay has been a proud member of the Endicott community for twenty years. She is currently a fellow with Deans for Impact and co-chair of the Honors Semesters Committee of the National Collegiate Honors Council. She has published articles and essays in The Boston Globe, Principal Magazine, Academic Leader, Teachers College Record, Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, Honors in Practice, and The Teaching Professor. She is the author of several books, including The Cultural History of Reading (2008), Changing Lives through the Principalship (2003), as well as two children`s books, Sam’s Adventures in School (2005) and Milton Hershey: An American Dreamer (2005).
Doctor of Philosophy in British and American Literature
Master of Arts in English
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy
Awards and Accomplishments
Data Wise Coach
English (grades 8-12) (Massachusetts)
Fellow, Deans for Impact, 2017-2018
Co-Chair, Honors Semesters Committee, National Collegiate Honors Council, 2015-present
Quay, S., & Lockwood, M. (under review) Sustaining a continuous improvement culture in educator preparation: A higher education network based on Data Wise. Journal of Practitioner Research.
Quay, S. (2016, October). Using Data to Tell Our Story. Paper presented at the Massachusetts Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Worcester, MA.
Quay, S, (2014). Beginner’s Mind: Recursive Writing in NCHC, Faculty Institutes. In Long, A. (Ed.), Writing on Your Feet, Reflective Practices in City as Text TM, National Collegiate Honors Council Monograph Series (pp.33-40). Lincoln, Nebraska: National Collegiate Honors Council.
APL100 Assessment of Prior Learning
EC400 Senior Transitions
ENG312 Literature for Children
HON100 Honors Seminar I