Center for Leadership Studies & Organizational Research
Rodney Luster, Ph.D. (Research Chair), Erik Bean, Ed.D. (Associate University Research Chair), and Mark McCaslin, Ph.D.(Associate University Research Chair)
Meet the 2020-2021 Voluntary Virtual Fellows in Residence (VVFR)
Meet our inagural Virtual Fellow in Residence, Dr. Henry Cooper who also has been nominated by our department for a seat on our new Executive Advisory Board here! Also selected for this unique opportunity is Drs. Donte Vaughn, Kim Sanders, and Gena Aikman. Congratulations to all and welcome aboard!
Fall 2020 Recorded Webinar "Leadership Perspective" Series Coming Soon
Our First Guest: Dr. Mark McCaslin, Former Dean of Research and Scholarship, University of Phoenix.
Join us soon as Drs. Rodney Luster and Erik Bean Interview McCaslin about his upcoming book, Miss-Leadership
The 30 minute recorded interview is expected in either before the holiday break or just after the new year!
To be recognized, through scholarly leadership, as the most trusted provider of career-relevant research concerning the practitioner doctorate degree in higher education for advancing the professional life of working adults.
Scholarly leadership is defined as a transformative relationship among experienced and aspiring Scholar/Practitioner/Leaders who intend, through the production and application of research, to advance their professional life and the community of scholarship.
A new blog by Sue Weston from the Center for Leadership Studies regarding a recent grant training workshop conducted By Dr. Rodney Luster and Dr. Louise Underdahl. The opportunity to envision the potentials for grants through a step by step process breaks down the important functional components of the process for anyone interested in writing for grants.