Interim Associate Provost for Faculty and Academic Staff Development
Marilyn Amey is a professor of higher, adult, and lifelong education. She studies educational partnerships, particularly STEM networks and those of community colleges; leadership, including how leaders learn; post-secondary governance and administration; and faculty concerns, including interdisciplinary academic work. Her current work focuses on education partnerships including two multi-year evaluations of a multiple-institution interdisciplinary consortia, virtues-based ethical research, and factors affecting women leaders.
Dr. Amey is also the new editor of the Community College Review, the top community college scholarly journal.
Marilyn Amey named to NASPA’s Pillars of the Profession, Class of 2017
Dr. Amey is being recognized for her outstanding service and significant contributions to the profession.
Spartan presenters at 2016 ASHE conference
Faculty and current students in the Department of Educational Administration presented at the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
Center Faculty and Students Head to the Association for the Study of Higher Education
Faculty and students presenting at the 2018 conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
Dr. Marilyn Amey Co-edits The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education
Dr. Marilyn Amey, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and Chairperson of the Department of Educational Administration, co-edited an encyclopedia focused on the study and influence of higher education on universities and global economies.
Dr. Marilyn Amey Named New Editor & Jesenia Rosales, HALE Doctoral Student, Named New Assistant Editor of Community College Review Journal
Dr. Marilyn Amey, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) is the new editor of Community College Review (CCR). In addition, Jesenia Rosales, HALE doctoral student, is the new assistant editor of CCR.