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Adrienne E Hyle

Name

[Hyle, Adrienne E]
  • Department Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Biography

Adrienne E. Hyle is professor of educational leadership and policy studies at the University of Texas at Arlington and is currently serving the College of Education and Health Professions as Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and Associate Dean for Academic Partnerships and International Programs.  She has over 25 years of experience as a faculty member researching and writing in the areas of leadership, organizational change, K-12 and higher education faculty and gender issues as well as international studies. She has over 30 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in addition to co-authored books exploring the socialization of women faculty (From girls in their elements to women in science: Rethinking socialization through memory-work), international uses of the research method memory-work (Dissecting the mundane: International perspectives on memory-work), and women leaders in higher education (Women at the top: What women university and college presidents say about effective leadership).  Currently, the influences of ties and their impact on the development of expertise in faculty and administrators as well as the developmental levels of gender awareness in the discipline of leadership focus her work.  Additional interest in educational globalization have grown from her work with international doctoral cohort programs, two in Thailand and one each in the United Kingdom and Belize.  She has advised and graduated over 85 doctoral students.

Professional Preparation

    • 1972 CeramicsKansas State University
    • 1974 M.A. in Italian Baroque Art (Japanese Art),  University of Kansas
    • 1977 M.Phil. in Italian Baroque ArtUniversity of Kansas
    • 1987 Ph.D. in Educational Administration/Higher EducationKansas State University

Appointments

    • Jan 2008 to Present Professor & Chair
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Education   Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
    • Jan 2004 to Present Associate Dean for Research/Director
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Education   Graduate and International Studies
    • Jan 2001 to Present Associate Dean/Director
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Education   Administrative Affairs/Extension
    • Jan 1987 to Present Assistant, Associate and Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Education   Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
    • Jan 1986 to Present Instructor
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Education   Department of Administration and Foundations
    • Jan 1985 to Present Staff Assistant
      Kansas State University   Office of Educational Improvement
    • Jan 1984 to Present Graduate Teaching Assistant
      Kansas State University   Office of Educational Improvement
    • Jan 1978 to Present Instructor
      University of Maryland   European Division
    • Jan 1974 to Present Graduate Teaching Assistant
      University of Kansas   History of Art Department
    • Jan 1974 to Present Instructor
      University of Kansas   Department of Continuing Education

Memberships

  • Professional
    • Mar 1990 to Present Association for the Study of Higher Education
    • Mar 1986 to Present American Educational Research Association
  • Membership
    • May 2013 to Present Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International Scholars
    • May 2013 to Present Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  • Journal Affiliation
    • Aug 2006 to Present International Studies in Educational Administration
    • Jan 2006 to Present Journal of Research on Leadership
    • Aug 2005 to Present Journal of School Leadership
    • Aug 2002 to Present Education and Urban Society
    • Aug 2002 to Present Urban Education
    • Aug 2005 to Aug 2008 The Journal of Research on Leadership Education

Publications

      Journal Article 2013
      • Hyle, A. E., Krumm, B., & Rusch, E. Gender and K-12 leadership through the lens of Feminist Phase Theory: U.S. and international perspectives. Educational Management Administration & Leadership..
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2013
      • Kearney, Kerri & Hyle, A. E. (2012, in press). Drawing out emotions: the use of participant-produced drawings in qualitative inquiry. In J. Hughes (Ed.), SAGE visual methods (pp. ___-___). New Delhi: SAGE Publications Ltd.  
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2012
      • McClellan, R. & Hyle, A. E. (2012). Experiential learning: Dissolving classroom and research borders. Journal of Experiential Learning. 35(1), 238-252.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2010
      • Stall-Meadows, C. & Hyle, A. E. (2010). Procedural methodology for a grounded meta-analysis of qualitative case studies. The International Journal of Consumer Studies., 5(4), 412-418.
        {Journal Article }
      2010
      • McClellan, R., Hyle, A. E., & Ivory, G. (2010). What counts as knowledge in the small school district: Superintendent’s thoughts about leadership. AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice., 7(1), 51-60.
        {Journal Article }
      2010
      • Hyle, A. E., Ivory, G., & McClellan, R. (2010). Hidden expert knowledge: The knowledge that counts for the expert small school-district superintendent. The Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 5(4).
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2009
      • Price, D., Hyle, A. E., & Jordan, K. V. (2009). Perpetuation of racial comfort and discomfort at a community college. Community College Review, 37(1), 3-33.
        {Journal Article }
      2009
      • Ivory, G., McClellan, R., & Hyle, A. E. (2009). Resurrecting pragmatism as a philosophical frame for understanding, researching, and developing performance in the small-district superintendency. Educational Considerations, 36(2), 35-39.
        {Journal Article }
      2009
      • Finnegan, D. & Hyle, A. E. (2009). Assistant to "full": Rank and the development of expertise. Teachers College Record, 111(2), 443-479.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2009
      • McClellan, R. & Hyle, A. E. (2009). Visual data as instructional journey. In J. Pedersen & K. Finson. (Eds.), Drawings as visual data: Processes and procedures for educational research (pp. 167). Netherlands: Sense Publishing.
        {Book Chapter }
      2009
      • Kearney, K. S. & Hyle, A. E. (2009). Participant-generated visual data: Drawing out emotions. In J. Pedersen & K. Finson. (Eds.), Drawings as visual data: Processes and procedures for educational research (pp. 51-58). Netherlands: Sense Publishing.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book 2009
      • Wolverton, M., Bower, B., & Hyle, A. E. (Eds.). (2009). Leading ladies: Presidents and policy makers in higher education. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
        {Book }

      Conference Proceeding 2008
      • Hyle, A. E., Krumm, B. L., & Rusch, E. A. (2008). Gender and K-12 leadership through the lens of Feminist Phase Theory: National and international perspectives. In David C. Thompson & Faith E. Crampton. (Eds.), Fifth Annual UCEA Conference Proceedings: Convention 2008, Preparing democratic leaders for quality teaching and student success: A time for action..
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book 2008
      • Hyle, A. E., Ewing, M. S., Montgomery, D. M., & Kaufman, J. S. (2008). Dissecting the mundane: International perspectives on memory-work. New York: University Press of America.
        {Book }

      Book Chapter 2007
      • McClellan, R., Hyle, A. E., & Restine, L. N. (2007). Challenge: Shortages of resources. In Gary Ivory & Michele Acker-Hocevar. (Eds.), School board membership: Challenges and strategies (pp. 119-134). Lanham, MD: R & L Education. Littlefield.
        {Book Chapter }
      2007
      • Restine, L. N., Hyle, A. E., & McClellan, R. (2007). Challenge: Understanding your Superintendent's perspective. In Gary Ivory & Michele ACker-Hocevar. (Eds.), School board membership: Challenges and strategies (pp. 149-163). Lanham, MD: R & L Education. Littlefield.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2007
      • Haas, E., Wilson, G., Cobb, C., Hyle, A. E., Hankins, K., & Kearney, K. (2007). Assessing influence on the field: An Analysis of citations to Educational Administration Quarterly. Educational Administration Quarterly(43), 494-513.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2006
      • Kaufman, J. S., Ewing, M. S., Hyle, A. E., Montgomery, D., & Self, P. A. (2006). Women and nature: Using memory-work to rethink our relationship to the natural world. Environmental Education Research, 12, 309-326.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2006
      • Hyle, A. E. (2006). Compliance theory. In Encyclopedia of education leadership and administration. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
        {Book Chapter }
      2006
      • Kearney, K. S. & Hyle, A. E. (2006). A look through the Kubler-Ross theoretical lens. In V.A. Anfara, Jr., & N. T. Mertz. (Eds.), Theoretical frameworks in qualitative research (pp. 109-128). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2004
      • Keegan, D., Hyle, A. E., & Sanders, V. S. (2004). Cultural competence, educators and military familes. Journal of School Leadership, 14, 600-620.
        {Journal Article }
      2004
      • Kearney, K. & Hyle, A. E. (2004). Drawing out emotions in organizations: The use of participant-produced drawings in qualitative inquiry. Qualitative Research, 4(3), 361-383.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2003
      • Kearney, Kerri & Hyle, A.E.  (2003).  The grief cycle and educational change: The Kubler-Ross contribution.  Planning and Changing, 34(1/2), 32-57.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2003
      • Rusch, E. A., Coaxum, J., Hyle, A. E., Kinser, K., & Wolverton, M. (2003). Breeching firewalls of practice in educational settings: Intentional talk between higher education and educational administration faculty. In F. Lunenburg and C. Carr. (Eds.), 2003 Yearbook of the National Council for the Professors of Educational Administration (pp. 134-145). Lancaster, PA: Scarecrow Press.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book 2003
      • Kaufman, J. S., Ewing, M. S., Montgomery, D. M., Hyle, A. E., & Self, P. A. (2003). From girls in their elements to women in science: Rethinking socialization through memory-work. New York: Peter Lang.
        {Book }

      Journal Article 2001
      • Mills, M. & Hyle, A. E. (2001). A No rookies on rookies: Compliance and opportunity in policy implementation. Journal of Higher Education, 72(4), 453-477.
        {Journal Article }
      2001
      • Kaufman, J. S., Ewing, M. S., Hyle, A. E., Montgomery, D., & Self, P. A. (2001). Women and nature: Using memory work to rethink our relationship to the natural world. Journal of Environmental Education Research, 7(4), 359-377.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2000
      • Blanke, D. J. & Hyle, A. E. (2000). Faculty tiering and academic inbreeding: One institution's relationships and realities. Advancing Women in Leadership On-Line Journal.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1999
      • Mills, Michael and A. E. Hyle. "Faculty evaluation: A prickly pair." Higher Education 38.3 (1999): 351-371.
        {Journal Article }
      1999
      • Ward, R. & Hyle, A. E. (1999). Women and the administration of Christian schools: Contemporary pioneers. Journal of Research on Christian Education, 8(2), 83-124.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1999
      • Ewing, M. S., Hyle, A. E., Kaufman, J. S., Montgomery, D. M., & Self, P. A. (1999). The hard work of remembering: Memory work as narrative research. In Joanne Addison & Sharon J. McGee. (Eds.), Feminist empirical research: Emerging perspectives on qualitative and teacher research (pp. 112-126). New York: Heinemann/Boyton Cook.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 1997
      • Burling, W. K. & Hyle, A. E. (1997). Disaster preparedness planning: Policy and leadership issues. International Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management (MCB), 6(4), 234-244.
        {Journal Article }
      1997
      • Burling, W. K. & Hyle, A. E. (1997). How prepared are our schools: Natural disasters, school awareness and district plans. Educational Planning, 11(2), 3-16.
        {Journal Article }
      1997
      • Powell, D. & Hyle, A. E. (1997). Principals and school reform: Barriers to inclusion in three secondary schools. Journal of School Leadership, 7(3), 301-326.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1996
      • Hall, L. A. & Hyle, A. E. (1996). Learning styles, Achievement and the middle level student: Useful facts? Useless fiction?. Middle Level Research Journal, 19(2), 67-88.
        {Journal Article }
      1996
      • Harchar, R. L. & Hyle, A. E. (1996). Collaborative power: A grounded theory of elementary instructional leadership. Journal of Educational Administration, 34(3), 15-29.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1993
      • Bell, T. L., Bull, K. S., Barrett, J. M., Montogmery, D., & Hyle, A. E. (1993). Future special education teachers perceptions of rural teaching environments. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 12(4), 31-38.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1992
      • Hyle, A. E. (1992). Barriers to change: Reflections on an experience. Planning & Changing, 23(2), 91-110.
        {Journal Article }
      1992
      • Hyle, A. E., Bull, K. S., Salyer, K., & Montgomery, D. (1992). Dropouts: Administrators' perceptions for dealing with the problem. Journal of Research for School Executives(2), 3-8.
        {Journal Article }
      1992
      • Bull, K. S., Salyer, K., Montgomery, D., & Hyle, A. E. (1992). The dropout problem: Rural educators' perceptions of intervention priorities. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 11(3), 3-13.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1991
      • Bull, K. S., Hyle, A. E., Warner, M. M., & Neuberger, G. C. (1991). Faculty perceptions of extended programs: Baseline data from seven south central states. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 24(4), 44-50.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1990
      • Hyle, A. E., Bull, K. S., & Warner, M. M. (1990). Reform of elementary teacher education: A survey of faculty opinion. The Teacher Educator, 26(1), 9-14.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1989
      • Bull, K. S. & Hyle, A. E. (1989). Recruiting and retaining rural teachers: Some reported alternatives. Journal of Rural and Small Schools, 3(3), 22-27.
        {Journal Article }
      1989
      • Bull, K. S. & Hyle, A. E. (1989). Five year teacher education programs: Potential impact on training teachers for rural schools. Journal of Rural and Small Schools, 4(2), 20-26.
        {Journal Article }

Presentations

  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the Texas Council of Women School Executives
      Evolving professional identify and expertise: Multiple realities for women school leaders, with Rhonda McClelan and Dana Christman.  (2009, October).  Paper proposed for presentation at the annual meeting of the Texas Council of Women School Executives, Austin, TX.
  • Past
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      Third Regional Women and AIDS Conference
      How to know your program is working: Evaluation, with Melody Spector, Aisha Shah and Nicole Diehl.  (June, 2002).  Paper presented as part of a symposium at the Third Regional Women and AIDS Conference, Tulsa, OK.
  • Past
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      Oklahoma State AIDS Conference
      Gender awareness and HIV educational materials: A view through the Feminist Phase Theory looking glass, with Dana Christman.  (June, 1998).  Paper presented as part of a symposium (Gender Inequality and HIV Disease) at the annual Oklahoma State AIDS Conference, Tulsa, OK.
  • Past
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      First Annual Big XII Conference
      Experiential learning at sea: The reflective journey within the journey, with Kathy Seibold, Linda L. Rider, Janet Wansick ,Jovette Dew, Tena Fry, Jody Jones, Tom Messner, Jessie Young and Rhonda McClellan.  (2007, March). Paper presented at the First Annual Big XII Conference, Oklahoma City. 
  • Past
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      First Annual Big XII Conference
      Networks of professional development to improve teaching practice: Is NBPTS a teacher network for continuous improvement?, with Jerita W. Whaley.  (2007, March). Paper presented at the First Annual Big XII Conference, Oklahoma City.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      What counts as knowledge in the small, rural school district: Superintendents thoughts about leadership and decision making, with Rhonda McClellan and Tom Alsbury.  (2006, October).  Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Granbury, TX.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Intruder in the change process: The emotional impact of shifting organizational leaders, with Kerri Kearney and Jeff Erlich.  (2006, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Granbury, TX.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Pathways to educational leadership: Doctoral cohort programs, Cindy Koss.  (2005, October).  Paper  presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Evaluation of an HIV/STD peer education program for incarcerated men, with Melanie Spector, Kitty Hankins, Prashanth Ramkumar, Sheliah England & Kay S. Bull.  (2005, October).  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Curriculum and culture: The integration of academic an culture in Caribbean higher education, with Karen Bale, Linda Barren, William Carroll, Kay Kautz, Pamela Louderback, Mary Malaska, Leslie R. McClellon, Richard Reif and Rhonda McClellan.  (2005, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Experiential learning at sea: The journal within the journey, with Kathy Seibold, Jovette Dew, Tena Fry, Jody Jones, Tom Messner, Linda Rider, Janet Wansick, Jessie Young and Rhonda McClellan. (2005, October).   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      A study of academic diversity: Context and learning processes inherent in an international off-campus course, Karen Bale, Linda Barren, William Carroll, Kay Kautz, Pamela Louderback, Mary Malaska, Leslie R. McClellon, Richard Reif, Kathy Seibold, Jovette Dem Tena Fry, Jody Jones, Tom Messner, Linda Rider, Janet Wansick, Jessie Young and Rhonda McClellan.  (2005, October).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Educational administration journal impact: A decade in review, with Kerri Kearney and Kitty Hankins.  (2004, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tulsa, OK. 
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Grief and educational change: The Kubler-Ross contribution, with Kerri Kearney.  (2002, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK. 
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Drawing out Emotions: Participant/Researcher revelations, with Kerri Kearney.  (2002, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK. 
  • Past
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      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Higher education’s Ghost Dance, with Dana Christman & Cassandra Funderburk.  (1999, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, San Antonio, TX.
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Reconstructing capacity: A model for school assessment and school improvement, with Coral Mitchell.  (1999, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Minneapolis, MN.
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      American Educational Research Association (Division J)
      Questioning Aconventional wisdom,@ with Elizabeth A. Donnelly.  (1999, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division J) in Montreal, Canada.
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Division J) in Montreal
      Academic inbreeding and faculty tiering, with Debra J. Blanke.  (1999, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division J) in Montreal, Canada.  
  • Past
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      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Assistant to A full:@ Rank and the development of expertise, with Dorothy Finnegan.  (1998, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Miami, FL.
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Public school administration: The gender of writings and praxis, with Debi Boyles, Cindy Hess, Lisa McLaughlin, Brad Schoeppey & Charol Shakeshaft.  (1998, October).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, St. Louis, MO. 
  • Past
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      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      “No rookies on rookies:” Program implementation and evaluation, with Michael Mills.  (1997, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Albuquerque, NM.  
  • Past
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      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Academic inbreeding and part-time faculty: Relationships and realities, with Barbra Lafon & Debra Blanke.  (1997, November).  A poster session at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Albuquerque, NM.  
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Social networks, teacher beliefs and educational change, with Michelle Aston.  (1997, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Orlando, FL.(ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 420 621)
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      An explanatory case study in change: Year-round education, with Lynda Severson.  (1997, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Orlando, FL. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 414 618)
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      The change to inclusion: Five case studies in one district, with Sandi Tilken.  (1997, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Orlando, FL (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 415 635) 
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Secondary school principals and school reform: Explanatory case studies using Fullan (1991), with Donna Powell.  (1996, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Louisville, KY.
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Division J)
      Navigating change: A case study of coordinated change in higher education, with Sharon Wright.  (1995, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division J), San Francisco.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 385 191)
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Holistic SIG)
      Thinking about science through memory work, with Judith S. Kaufman, Diane M. Montgomery, Margaret S. Ewing & Patricia A. Self.  (1995, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Holistic SIG), San Francisco.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 389 518)
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Division J)
      Women and the community of higher education: Discrimination or institutionalized invisibility?  (1993, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division J), Atlanta.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 358 802, Higher Education Abstracts)
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Division G)
      Barriers to cultural alliance: Reflections from a year of university-school district collaboration.  (1992, April).  Paper presented as part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division G), San Francisco.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 351 162)
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      American Educational Research Association (Division A)
      Women and public school administration: Invisibility and discrimination.  (1991, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division A), Chicago.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 335 770)
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association (Division A)
      School dropouts: What agenda do administrators see for dealing with the problem?  (1991, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division A), Chicago.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 335 769)
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Living to tell about it: A story of school reform, with Lynn K. Arney.  (1989, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Tempe, AZ.  
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      American Educational Research Association (Division E)
      Ethics and professionalism in education.  (1989, March).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Division E), San Francisco. 
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      The eye of the researcher: Views from the field, with Katie Beutler, Michael Bratcher, Jeana Ely, Joe Ely, Catherine Kinyon, Traci Naile and Bernita Krumm. Poster proposed for presentation at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Edmond, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Experiential learning: Dissolving classroom and research borders, with Rhonda McClellan. (2007, October). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Granbury, TX.
  • Past
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      National Council of Professors of Educational Administration
      The role of gender in journal articles on leadership, with Bernita Krumm. (2008, July). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, San Diego.
  • Past
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      National Council of Professors of Educational Administration
      Leadership and gender awareness: A discussion of current perspective, with Bernita Krumm.  (2008, July). Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, San Diego.
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association
      Academic preparation or experience: What/whose knowledge counts in the small school district Superintendents' thoughts about leadership?, with Gary Ivory & Rhonda McClellan. (2008, March). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration
      The mirror has many faces: The multiple lenses in research on women educational administrators, with Dana Christman, Teresa Watonga, Barbara Martin & Rhonda McClellan.  (2008, March). Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Washington, DC.
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration
      Participants’ experiences at the International Conference on Education Leadership in Beijing, with Gary Ivory & Rhonda McClellan. (2007, November). Conversation/dialogue presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Washington, DC.
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration
      Cross-national experience as instructional journey: Dissolving classroom and research borders, R. McClellan.  (2007, November). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Washington, DC.
  • Past
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      Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs at the Association for Higher Education
      The growing temptation and proliferation of online graduate degrees, with Jesse Perez Mendez.  (2006, November).  Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs at the Association for Higher Education annual meeting, Anaheim.  
  • Past
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      University Council of Educational Administration
      Rusch, Mimi Wolverton, Kevin Kinser & James Coaxum.  (2001, November).  Interactive session presented at the annual meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Cincinnati, OH. 
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association
      The school principal as change agent: An explanatory case study, with Lisa McLaughlin.  (2001, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Educational Administration Quarterly: A 25-Year analysis, with J. Murphy, J. Cibulka,  J.  C. Lindle, J. Nagle, G. Wilson, C.  Cobb, E. Haas, K. Hankins, & K. Kearney.  (2006, November).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, San Antonio.  
  • Past
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      University Council for Educational Administration
      Roles and responsibilities of superintendents in addressing issues of democracy, accountability, and social justice, with R. McClellan, K. Whitaker, B. Cox, R. Dexter, T. Asbury, A. Fairbanks, C. Johnstone, S. Painter, R. Piveral, W. Ruff, D. Dean, C. Edmunds, K. Gable, T. Miller, F. Patterson, & W. Sherman.  (2006, November).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, San Antonio.  
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association
      Networks of professional development to improve teaching practice: Is NBPTS a teacher network for continuous improvement?, with Jerita Whaley.  (2006, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division K, San Francisco.
  • Past
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      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Higher education journal impact: A twenty year review, with Kerri Kearney and Kitty Hankins.  (2005, November).  Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia. 
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association
      Powerful professional development: An analysis of NBPT teachers= perspectives, with Jerita Whaley.  (2005, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.
  • Past
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      Holmes Partnership
      Enhancing teacher and faculty quality through experiences abroad, with Stacy Reeder, Pamela Fry and Margaret Scott. (2005, January).  Points of Pride presentation accepted for presentation at the ninth annual meeting of the Holmes Partnership, Philadelphia.
  • Past
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      Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies Conference
      Memory-work research: A methodological discussion, with Judy Kaufman, Diane Montgomery and Margaret Ewing.  (2004, January).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies Conference, Athens, GA.
  • Past
    •  
      American Educational Research Association
      The ties that blind: Perpetuation of racial comfort and discomfort at a community college, with Douglas B. Price.  (2003, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Portland, OR.
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association, Division D Qualitative Research Methods
      Memory-work research: A methodological discussion, with Judith Kaufman, Diane Montgomery and Margaret Ewing.  (2003, April)  Panel discussion presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division D Qualitative Research Methods, Chicago.
  • Past
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      American Educational Research Association, Division D Qualitative Research Methods
      Drawing out emotions: Participant/researcher revelations, with Kerri Kearney.  (2003, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division D Qualitative Research Methods, Chicago.
  • Past
    •  
      Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Navigating borders: Intentional talk between higher education and educational administration faculty, with Edith Rusch, Mimi Wolverton, Kevin Kinser & James Coaxum.  (2002, November).  Interactive session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Sacramento.  
  • Past
    •  
      American Educational Research Association
      Girls and nature:  Using memory work as a research method to reveal connection to the environment through the senses, with Diane Montgomery, Judith Kaufman, Margaret Ewing & Patricia A. Self.  (2001, April).  Round table presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.
  • Past
    •  
      3rd women as Global Leaders Conference
      Leadership and gender awareness: A view through the Feminist Phase Theory looking glass, with Bernita Krumm. (2008, February).  Paper presentation at the 3rd women as Global Leaders Conference, Dubai, United Arab Emerates. 
  • Past
    •  
      First International Conference on Teacher Training and Professional Development and the 12th China-U.S. Conference on Education
      What counts as essential knowledge for preparing school leaders?  Small, rural school district leaders perspectives, with Rhonda McClellan and Gary Ivory.  (2007, August).  Paper presented at the First International Conference on Teacher Training and Professional Development and the 12th China-U.S. Conference on Education, Beijing, China.
  • Past
    •  
      Second Education Congress
      International doctoral cohorts: Curriculum linkages for change, with Prince of Songkla University Doctoral Cohort Students.  (2006, October).  Paper presented at the Second Education Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Past
    •  
      Annual Meeting of the Women in Educational Leadership Conference
      Leadership and gender; Practitioner journal perspectives, with Ava Muñoz and Bernita Krumm.  (2009, October).  Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Women in Educational Leadership Conference, Lincoln, NE.
  • Past
    •  
      Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS)
      A scheme for improving questionnaire response rates, with Kevin G. Hayes.  (1996, February).  Paper presented at the 93rd annual meeting of the Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS) in Greensboro, NC.
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Education's Ghost Dance: A metaphorical exploration, with Linda A. Hall, Edward L. Harris, L. Nan Restine & Margaret Scott.  (1993, October).  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Las Cruces, NM.  
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Organizational climate and health: Validation and exploration of the OCDQ and OHI for institutions of higher education, with Kay S. Bull.  (1993, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Las Cruces, NM.  
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      A critical exploration of learning style references and the mathematical achievement of Chapter 1 middle school students: Administrative and instructional implications, with Linda A. Hall.  (1993, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Las Cruces, NM.  
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Administrative instructional leadership in the elementary school, with Rayma Harchar.  (1992, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      School preparedness planning and natural disasters, with Wynona K. Smith.  (1992, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      What you see is what counts: Women's perceptions of entry into administration, with Kathleen Workman.  (1992, October).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Stillwater, OK.
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Causes of dropping out: Administrator's perceptions of the efficacy of the dropout prevention research literature, with Kay S. Bull, Keith Salyer & Diane Montgomery.  (1991, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, El Paso, TX.
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Rural teaching environments: Future special education teachers perceptions, with Terri Bell, Kay S. Bull, Keith Salyer, Jeanne Barrett & Diane Montgomery.  (1991, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, El Paso, TX.  
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Future teacher scholarship program and career decisions: An Oklahoma perspective, with Steve Marks, Kay S. Bull & Keith Salyer.  (1991, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, El Paso, TX.  
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Ethics or the law: What drives educational administration decisions?, with Ann Millerborg.  (1990, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tempe, AZ.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 335 768)
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Dropouts: Do administrators perceive an agenda for dealing with the problem?, with Kay S. Bull, Keith Salyer & Diane Montgomery.  (1990, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tempe, AZ.  
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Reform and teacher education: A survey of the attitudes of elementary education teachers, with Kay S. Bull, Michael W. Warner & Gay C. Neuberger.  (1990, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tempe, AZ.
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Faculty perceptions of extended programs: Baseline data from seven southern states, with Kay S. Bull, Michael W. Warner & Gay C. Neuberger.  (1990, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tempe, AZ.  
  • Past
    •  
      12th Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference
      The dropout problem: Superintendent's priorities by school locale, with Kay S. Bull, Keith Salyer & Diane Montgomery.  (1990, October).  Paper presented at the 12th Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference, Manhattan, KS.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED 335 202)
  • Past
    •  
      12th Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference
      Administrators perceptions: What places rural gifted students at-risk, with Diane Montgomery, Kay S. Bull & Keith Salyer.  (1990, October).  Paper presented at the 12th Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference, Manhattan, KS.
  • Past
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      Southwest Educational Development Laboratory Conference
      Linkages with universities: Working with the rural at-risk student.  (1990, June).  Invited paper at the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.  
  • Past
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      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Administrator codes of ethics: The practice/theory dilemma, with Keith Salyer & Kay S. Bull.  (1989, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tulsa, OK.
  • Past
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      Eleventh Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference
      Rural administrators and their ethics: Are they more ethical than their urban counterparts?  (1989, October).  Paper presented at the Eleventh Annual Rural and Small Schools Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.   
  • Past
    •  
      Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association
      Reform of elementary teacher education: A survey of faculty opinion, with Kay S. Bull & Michael M. Warner.  (1989, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tulsa, OK. 
  • Past
    •  
      16th Annual Convention of United School Administrators of Kansas
      A teacher internship program: What can the principal expect?, with A. Kenneth Stern.  (1988, January).  Paper presented at the 16th Annual Convention of United School Administrators of Kansas, Wichita, KS.  
  • Past
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      AAUP
      Faculty work.  (1999, October).  AAUP panel member, Oklahoma State University.
  • Past
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      Mid-winter Conference of the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals
      Change:  Reality, myth and making it work.  (1993, January).  Paper presented at the Mid-winter Conference of the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals, Stillwater.
  • Past
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      Midwinter Conference of the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals
      Sharpening your interviewing skills, with A. Kenneth Stern.  (1992, January).  Paper presented at the Midwinter Conference of the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals, Stillwater.
  • Past
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      id-Winter Conference for Elementary and Middle School Principals
      Living to tell about it: An elementary principal's perspective, with Lynn K. Arney.  (1989, October).  Paper presented at the Mid-Winter Conference for Elementary and Middle School Principals, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.  
  • Past
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      Oklahoma Education Research Symposium (OERS) IV
      The Oklahoma administrator testing program: Early results and analyses, with Lynn K. Arney and A. Kenneth Stern.  (1987, December).  Paper presented at the Oklahoma Education Research Symposium (OERS) IV, Edmond, OK.  
  • Past
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      University Council of Educational Administration
      Breaching the firewall: Talk among higher education and educational administration faculty, with Edith Rusch, Mimi Wolverton, Kevin Kinser & James Coaxum.  (2001, November).  Interactive session presented at the annual meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Cincinnati, OH. 
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the University Council for Education Administration
      Gender and K-12 leadership through the lens of Feminist Phase Theory: National and international perspectives, with Bernita Krumm and Edith Rusch.  (2008, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Education Administration, Orlando, FL.
  • Past
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      Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education
      Higher education leadership and gender awareness: Current US and International perspectives, with Bernita Krumm.  (2009, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Vancouver, Canada.

Support & Funding

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Courses

      • EDAD 6392-004 Field Researcxh

        In this course, students will write up their field-based research for presentation.

        Summer - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • EDAD 6392-001 Selected Topics in K-16 Educational Leadership research - Doctoral Studies Orientation

        Topics will vary by semester, and may afford students the opportunity for choice within the cohort design. Selected topics courses will provide opportunities for faculty to teach courses in their area of expertise that meet students' needs, aptitudes, and aspirations.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours
      • EDAD 6392-005 Special Topics: A Field Research Journey in Understanding Data
        This course is an elective offering in the Ph.D. program in K-16 Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and may also serve as a supplement to other courses offered throughout the university in quantitative research methods. Through this course, students will broaden their repertoire of quantitative data management and database creation skills through a service learning project with the Arlington Police Department.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • EDAD 6390-001 Doctoral Studies
        This course is an introduction to doctoral study for Cohort 7.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • EDAD 6390-001 Doctoral Studies

        Topics will vary by semester, and may afford students the opportunity for choice within the cohort design. Selected topics courses will provide opportunities for faculty to teach courses in their area of expertise that meet students' needs, aptitudes, and aspirations.

        Upon completion of this course, students will have read about and reflected upon the requirements and expectations of students in a doctoral program of study.Specifically, you will have explored and reflected upon:

        1.What it means to be a k-16 doctoral student-roles, responsibilities, expectations.

        2.The roles, responsibilities and expectations of the faculty, the department, the college and the university in the doctoral process.

        3.The roles national associations/organizations play in the doctoral process.

        4.The resources available for your work.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • EDAD 6390-001 Doctoral Studies
        In this course students will turn their course research or classroom research into a presentation proposal, presentation materials and research publication.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • EDAD 6390-001 Doctoral Studies
        This research seminar focuses on what it means to be a k-16 doctoral student.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • EDAD 6385-001 K-16 Internship in Leadership Research

        EDAD 6385:An internship experience in K-16 leadership research that provides an opportunity for participants to experience the process of policy research with an experienced professional mentor and university supervisor The internship experience will be individualized to best meet the individual student's needs, aptitudes, and aspirations in the context of K-16 leadership research.

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • EDAD 6380-001 K-16 Internship in Policy Research

        An internship experience in K-16 policy research that provides an opportunity for participants to experience the process of policy research with an experienced professional mentor and university supervisor. The internship experience will be individualized to best meet the individual student's needs, aptitudes, and aspirations in the context of K-16 policy research.

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • EDAD 5389-001 ADMINISTRATIVE INTERNSHIP
        Designed to provide prospective educational administrator’s job related experiences under the supervision of a mentor in an appropriate educational setting.An approved professional study is designed in relationship to the intern’s interest and past experiences.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDAD 6340-001 K-16 Organizational Leadership Research
        Organizational behavior in K-16 settings with reference to interpersonal relationships, hierarchy, management style, and communication. Analysis of both classical and contemporary organizational theories, and their application in K-16 settings.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDAD 6390-001 Doctoral Studies
        This course is a required offering in the Ph.D. program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and may also serve as a supplement to other courses offered throughout the university in qualitative research methods. Through this course, students will broaden their repertoire of qualitative inquiry skills through a group mini-study in which students will focus on field-based qualitative research, specifically interview transcription, data collection, data management, data analysis and reporting.  Finally, students will package their mini-studies and reflections on the qualitative approach in a paper and/or symposium proposal for a regional or national research association annual conference.  The ultimate goal of this class is to prepare, submit and publish a manuscript in a leading education journal.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Other Service Activities

  • Uncategorized
    • May 2013 SELECTED OSU UNIVERSITY-LEVEL ACTIVITIES
      Eminent Faculty Award Committee, member, 2005- 2007.
      Athletic Council, member, 2005-6.
      Institutional Review Board for protection of human subjects, member, 2003-2004.
      North Central Association Self-Study  -  Criterion Five Subcommittee, member, 2003-present.
      Faculty Council, member, 1993-6; Executive Secretary, 1999-2002.
      *  Sabbatical Leave Task Force, member 1999-2000.
      *  Faculty Committee, member 1996-8.
      *  Academic Standards and Policies Committee, member 1993-4, Chair 1994-5.
      *  Executive Committee, member 1994-5.
      *  Long Range Planning Committee, member 1994-5.
      Group V (Education), Graduate Faculty, secretary, 1997-99.
      1997 AMOCO Foundation Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award Selection Committee.
      University's Honorary Degree Committee, member 1993-4.
      North Central Association Self-Study, Undergraduate Programs, 1994-5.
      University Library Automation/Computer Mainframe Fee Committee, 1991-92.
      University Committee for Effective Instruction, 1989-92, chair 1991-92.
      University Library Advisory Committee, 1988-89, 1989-92, chair 1991-92.
    • May 2013 SELECTED OSU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OR SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES-LEVEL ACTIVITIES
      SES Educational Leadership Faculty Search Committee (3 positions), chair, 2000-02.
      SES Chair Search, chair, 2001.
      SES Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure, member, 2001.
      OSU-Tulsa College of Education Faculty Task Force, member, 2000.
      SAHEP Head Search Committee, member, 1999.
      SES Guest Speaker Coordinator, 1997 to present.
      * Yvonna Lincoln  - Research, 1997                        
      * William Tierney  - Faculty Issues/Tenure/Affirmative Action, 1998
      * Vincent Tinto  - Student Retention, 1999
      * Patti Lather  - Research, 1999
      * Colleen McLaughlin  - Cambridge University, UK, Action Research, 1999
      SES Higher Education Administration Professor Search Committee, chair, 1998.
      SCEL Educational Leadership Faculty Search Committee, member, 1998.
      SES Former EAHED ARPT Committee for David Webster, member, 1998.
      COE Leadership Institute, member, 1998.
      COE Faculty Development Research in Progress Session, with Michael Mills, 1998.
      COE Take Your Daughter to Work Committee, member, 1998.
      COE Faculty Development Research in Progress Session, presenter, 1997.
      SCEL Curriculum Theory Professor Search Committee, member, 1997.
      SES Social Foundations Professor Search Committee, member, 1997.  
      SES Adult and Continuing Education Professor Search Committee, member, 1997.
      EAHED Finance Professor Search Committee, member, 1996.
      EAHED Personnel Committee, member, 1995-6.
      Visiting Professor Search Committee, member, 1994-5.
      Scholarship Committee, member, 1994-5.
      EAHED Program Committee, member, 1993-4, 1994-5.
      EAHED Community Education Committee, member, 1993-4.
      Faculty Development Committee, member, 1993-4, 1994-5.
      Task Force #2: Teacher Education Outcomes, member, 1992-4.
      Convocation Committee, member and marshall, 1987-92, 1995-6.
      Academic Standards and Curriculum, member, 1988-90. 
      EAHED Education Specialist Degree Committee, chair, 1989-90.
      Multicultural Education Committee, member, 1987-90; 1996. 
      Scholarship Committee, member, 1987-90.