I am an educational leader and social scientist. My scholarly contributions are in the areas of leadership, innovation, learning, student engagement, faculty development, international education, instructional design, and assessment. I enjoy developing new theories, models, and concepts through academic research. I have co-edited and co-authored many articles and textbooks on the topics of student engagement, inquiry-based learning, democratizing higher education, and meaningful learning. Forthcoming publications include doctoral education, university partnerships, open education, professional identities, inclusive leadership, creative learning, and learning communities. I am the editor of two journals and two book series on teaching and learning.
My teaching and research interests include educational leadership, academic innovation, learning communities, creative learning, meaningful learning, research methods and their intersections. I have taught over 180 courses in management, leadership, economics, and technology. I am a mixed methods researcher with a special interest in human experience and meaning-making. My professional experience includes 22 years of practice in leadership, innovation, teaching, and research. I have managed academic programs at colleges and universities in the US and EU.