We strive to enhance the understanding and practice of educational leadership and policy at all levels of the education system, cradle-to-career. We advance this mission through our programs of teaching, research, and engagement with practitioners and scholars in the field. We offer doctoral, master’s and advanced graduate certificates in higher education leadership, educational policy, and school leadership. All programs adopt a global perspective, focusing on how international systems and policies support academic excellence.
Alumna Dr. Bushra Rahim
('15) is a career civil servant working to alleviate the state of girl’s education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. She completed her PhD in Education Administration & Policy Studies from State University of New York in Albany on a Fulbright Scholarship. Dr. Bushra also happens to be the first female PhD in her family. She co-founded Development Agent for Change, a not for profit working on the uplift of over 1300 community schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
SOE Welcomes Dr. Teniell Trolian to EAPS
Assistant Professor, Dr.Teniell Trolian earned her PhD from the University of Iowa. Her research focuses on the educational experiences that influence college choice and college outcomes and emphasizes two primary areas: students’ higher education experiences and outcomes, and the influence of K-12 experiences on students’ college choice decisions and experiences in higher education. Her recent work has investigated the relationship between student-faculty interactions and college outcomes and the influence of students’ high school experiences on their aspirations to earn a college degree.
5 Questions for Faculty: Hal Lawson
ALBANY, N.Y. (September 14, 2016) — Professor Hal A. Lawson has a dual appointment in the School of Social Welfare and the School of Education, where he is a professor of Educational Administration and Policy Studies. He came to UAlbany in early 2000 from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. To read the full interview: http://www.albany.edu/news/73321.php?utm_source=toa&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=internal_comm
UAlbany's PIRE Project was developed last September (2015) to advance research in early warning weather detection of major storms though a U.S. - Taiwan consortium. Let by the University's Atmospheric Research Center, the program works closely with disaster and weather forecast agencies in both countries. PIRE network analysis reports look at co-authorship and coupling. The focus is on relationships that exist and relationships that can potentially be developed between researcher of the PIRE project.