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.
Many in higher education will soon gather in Columbus, Ohio for the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). The theme for the 2016 conference is Higher Education & the Public Good.
The Department of Education Administration will be well represented with ten faculty members and over twenty current students set to present at the 2016 conference. Our Spartans attendees will take on a variety of roles as presenters, discussants, roundtable facilitators, paper presenters, and session chairs. For a complete list of our EAD presenters, download the ASHE 2016 Presenters PDF below.
All those in attendance who are friends and alums of the Department of Educational Administration are invited to join Center faculty for a dessert reception at the ASHE conference. Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 10th from 8 - 10 PM in Delaware A, Hyatt Hotel. All are welcome!
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