Katie Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of higher education, was the recipient of the 2022 Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
Education, Leadership, Management and Policy News
Professor Christopher Tienken, Ed.D., received the Outstanding Book Award from the Society of Professors of Education, for his latest book, "The Risky Business of Education."
Li Kang, a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the College of Education and Human Services, participated in a scholarly analysis of superintendent compensation nationwide.
Ernesto Morillo, a Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall, was appointed the new chief of police for the South Orange police department.
Alina Pap, a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Leadership, has targeted her research on the impact of diversity and inclusion in international academic programs.
Over the last few years, the College of Education and Human Services has deepened its bench of talented instructors and researchers who are passionate about the field of education leadership.
In a new article, Hezal Patel, M.A. and Marianne Brosnan, Ph.D. '20, of the College of Education and Human Services, examine how community colleges help students find pathways to 4-year programs.
Katie Smith, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the College of Education and Human Services, is involved with research focusing on college student career development and post-graduate outcomes.
Christopher Tienken, K-12 ELMP professor, was selected as an evaluator for the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of University
Christopher Tienken, Associate Professor of K-12 Education Leadership, Management, and Policy, released his seventh book, and first book to be published in Italy.
A Team of K-12 Education Leadership Professors Conduct 3-hour Lecture to Italian Ph.D. Students
Christopher Tienken, Associate Professor of K-12 Education Leadership, Management and Policy publishes his fifth book.
Robert Kelchen honored for his research contributions and his influential role in the nation's education policy discourse by Education Week and American Enterprise Institute.
Tienken appointed as the Research Professor in Residence by the American Association of School Administrators.
Dr. Christopher Tienken selected as the Lead Author by the AASA for nationwide study of the school administrator salary and benefits.
Robert Kelchen is recognized as one of the top 200 education scholars and public influencers by Education Week and AEI.
Tienken’s book provides strategies for school leaders and aspiring school leaders focused on improving student outcomes.
Faculty conducted a video lecture on education leadership in the U.S. with the University of Catania.
Robert Kelchen has been chosen number 32 in <em>Education Week's</em> annual Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings of the top 200.
Robert Kelchen, Ph.D., was recognized by <i>Education Week</i> for his influential role in moving scholarship into the public discourse.
Lindsay C. Page explores how to support low-income and first-generation students in achieving college success.
Andrew Paulsen M.A. ‘14 has been chosen for a Fulbright Distinguished Award to teach in Taiwan.