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Associate Professor of Inclusive Services & Exceptional Learners

Topic(s): college students with disabilities, technology and disabilities, access to education and retention of college students, universal design, diversity, special education
Dr. Carla Abreu-Ellis, associate professor, holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Bowling Green State University. Dr. Abreu-Ellis teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Dwight Schar College of Education at Ashland University. Her research interests include College... read more

Professor and Chair of the Department of Leadership Studies

Topic(s): black female school superintendents, the exploration of how the intersections of class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual diversity, education leaders, tempered radicals, servant leadership, black global issues in educational leadership
Dr. Judy A. Alston, Professor and Chair of the Department of Leadership Studies, joined the Ashland University faculty in 2007. Her research foci include Black female school superintendents; the exploration of how the intersections of class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual diversity and ability... read more

Associate Professor of Educational Foundations

Topic(s): effectiveness of proficiency tests, board certified teachers
Dr. Penny Arnold, Associate Professor, joined the Ashland University faculty in 1996. Her areas of expertise include the effectiveness of proficiency test and board certified teachers. She was one of the first teachers in the country to earn National Board Certification. She is a multi-year... read more

Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Religion

Topic(s): Biblical studies, history of early Christianity, world religions, New Testament, religious issues, Christian-Muslim Relations, contemporary Christian issues, graduate studies, interreligious dialogue, non-violent solutions
Dr. David Aune came to Ashland University in the fall of 1996. Before Ashland, he taught part-time at a number of colleges in New England, including Providence College, Wesleyan University and Eastern Connecticut State University. Dr. Aune holds the Ph.D. in the history of religions: early... read more