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Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa) AKA Don Trent Jacobs, PhD, EdD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

    Sustainability; counter-hegemonic education; social justice; contrasting Indigenous ways of knowing with Western ones

    Counter-Hegemonic EducationPeace and Justice StudiesEcological JusticeIndigenous StudiesIndigenous Ways of Knowing

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    Anna DiStefano, EdD

    Provost Emerita

      Social Justice; Women’s Empowerment; Higher Ed. Accreditation

      AccreditationGender EmpowermentQualitative ResearchAction Research MethodsStructural Inequality and DiversityChanging Higher EducationFaculty Governance in Higher Education

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      Jenny Edwards, PhD

      Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

        Invitational Education, Cognitive Coaching, Nonverbal Communication

        Action-Orientated ResearchCapacity BuildingChild DevelopmentCommunity RelationsCreativity and Problem SolvingCritical Reading and WritingForces of MotivationHuman Development in ContextInterpersonal Communication and CollaborationLeadership and ChangeManagement TheoriesOral and Digital CommunicationProgram Evaluation, Theories and ApplicationQualitative Data AnalysisTheories of LearningAdaptive SchoolsCognitive CoachingInvitational EducationNeuro-Linguistic ProgrammingNonverbal CommunicationReflective ThinkingTeacher Efficacy and EmpowermentThought Field Therapy

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        Kitty Kelly Epstein, PhD

        Faculty Trustee + Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

          Activist, organizing for power

          Action Orientated ResearchLeadership & ChangeStructural Inequality and DiversityResearch and Action On the Racial Wealth GapResident Engagement in Urban PolicyThe History and Impact of Norm-Referenced Standardized TestingAutoethnography and Participatory Action ResearchCritical Race Theory and Emancipatory PedagogySocial Justice MovementsDiversifying the K-12 Teaching Force and Higher Education FacultyInternational Comparative EducationTeaching Methodology

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          Leila González Sullivan, EdD

          Adjunct Professor - School of Leadership Studies

            Experienced community college professional focused on leadership development, program evaluation, and community activism

            Community CollegesLeadership DevelopmentChange ManagementCommunity VolunteerismProgram Development and EvaluationAdult Education