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Scholarship of Teaching

Teaching involves developing the knowledge, skill, mind, character, and ability of others. Teaching stimulates “active, not passive, learning and encourages students to be critical, creative thinkers, with the capacity to go on learning…. It is a dynamic endeavor involving all the analogies, metaphors, and images that build bridges between the teacher’s understanding and the student’s learning. Pedagogical procedures must be carefully planned, continuously examined, and relate directly to the subject taught" (Boyer 1990: 23, 24).

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Associate Professor, Doctorate of Higher Education Leadership

Regis College

September 2017 – present

  • Research: career education and talent development; transfer students; retention and class; employer hiring trends and workplace competencies

  • Current Courses: Qualitative Methods; Dissertation Proposal; Organizational Theory, Strategy, and Change

  • Dissertation Committee Chair

International Trainer for Facilitating Career Developments (FCD) Course

Center for Credentialing & Education; National Career Development Association

2007-present

  • Develop and instruct online Facilitating Career Development course leading to two national credentials: Certified Career Services Provider and Global Career Development Facilitator

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Instructor for the Board Certified Coach Credential

National Association of Colleges and Employers 

2016-present

  • Develop and instruct career-related coursework that leads to the Board Certified Coaching (BCC) credential

Faculty, Masters of Higher Education 

Merrimack College

July 2011 – February 2016

  • Developed a course on First-Generation College Students

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Associate Director, Professional Development Seminars Program

Nichols College

October 2011 – July 2011 

  • Taught several career course sections per semester to various undergraduate-level students

  • Provided development to faculty teaching PDS courses; created and revised course curriculum

  • Presented to 40 classes (1,200 students) each semester on career development topics