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Welcome to the Department of Organization and Leadership, and especially to our Programs in Adult Learning and Leadership, Education Leadership, Higher and Postsecondary Education, Executive Program for Nursing, and Social-Organizational Psychology.
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Noah D. Drezner, Associate Professor of Higher Education, has received the John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The award recognizes Drezner for "The Social Base of Philanthropic Fundraising in Higher Education: How Frames and Identity Matter," a recently completed a population-based survey experiment that evaluates how social identity affects propensity to donate in response to different types of fundraising solicitations. (6/16/2015)
Global Search for Education, an international education blog in the Huffington Post, did a story about TC's new International Pre-Graduate Program, launched this month in Beijing, China to support the growing influx of students and prepare them for graduate programs in the U.S. (4/14/2015)
Dr. Anna Neumann, HPSE Professor and Organization and Leadership Department Chair, shares her insight on the need for professional development for instructors in all the disciplines that students study in their first two years of college -- commonly called general or liberal education. (3/4/2015)
This spring, Congress will decide whether to reauthorize the 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), known since 2002 as No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Eric Nadelstern, Visiting Professor of Practice in Educational Leadership, comments on the ESEA reauthorization. (2/1/2015)
Bergeron, D.M., Ostroff, C., Schroeder, & Block, C.J. (2014). The dual effects of organizational citizenship behavior: Relationships to research productivity and career outcomes in academe. Human Performance, 27, 99-128
Bowers, A.J. & White, B.R. (2014). Do principal preparation and teacher qualifications influence different types of school growth trajectories in Illinois? A growth mixture model analysis. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(5), 705-736.
Campbell, C. & O'Meara, K.A. (2014). Faculty agency: Departmental contexts that matter in faculty Careers. Research in Higher Education, 55, 49-74.
Chatterji, M. & Welner, K.G. (2014), (Eds.). Validity, assessment, and accountability: Contemporary issues in primary, secondary, and higher education. Quality Assurance in Education, 22(1) (Special Issue).
Chatterji, M., Green, L.W., & Kumanyika, S. (2014). L.E.A.D.: A framework for evidence gathering and use for the prevention of obesity and other complex public health problems. Heath Education & Behavior, 41(1), 85-99.
New Grant Monies:
Project Title: The Tatweer-Teachers College Literacy Project. Grantor: United States Institute of Peace. Grant: $129,800.
Drezner, N. D. & Huehls, F. (2014). Fundraising and institutional advancement: Theory, practice, and new paradigms. New York: Routledge.
Neumann, A., & Bolitzer, L. (2014). Finding and fostering learning: What college and university leaders need to know and what they can do. In New Directions for Higher Education, special issue on “Connecting Learning Across the Institution" (165th ed., Vol. 2014). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
New Grant Monies:
Project Title: MetroCITI: A Multi-Campus Institute for Improving Teaching Students' Liberal Learning in Urban Colleges and Universities. Grantor: The Teagle Foundation. Grant: $155,000.