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Andree Robinson-Neal

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    Recent publications

    • Using emerging technologies to serve the underserved

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    • The evolution of education has not been televised: Educational inequalities and the impact of change

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    Professional experience

    Executive Director-Graduate Student Support Services

    Azusa Pacific University

    August 2011 - June 2013(2 years)

    Director-Inland Empire Regional Center

    Azusa Pacific University

    July 2007 - August 2011(4 years)

    Grand Canyon University

    Education

    EdD

    Fielding Graduate University

    February 2005 - September 2009(5 years)

    Research interests

    technology and educationonline/distance educationfaithsocial networkinghigher educationdiversity

    About

    Andreé Robinson-Neal, EdD, serves the global community as a scholar-practitioner dedicated to the study of diversity in higher education. She currently works for Yorkville University and Grand Canyon University as an online faculty member. She also works virtually to support and assist her clients through consulting, editing, and ghostwriting. She worked on special projects and completed an assessment of support services for adult and graduate students at Azusa Pacific University for the 2011-13 year. She served as Azusa Pacific University’s Inland Empire Regional Center Director from 2007 through 2011. Prior to moving to Southern California with her family, Dr. Robinson-Neal lived in southern New Jersey and has used her counseling and leadership skills in a variety of positions, including spending seven years as an administrator at Salem Community College in southern New Jersey. She completed her doctoral studies at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, with a dissertation entitled “Using Social Network Analysis to Examine How Perceived Beliefs Affect Service Quality in Public Higher Education Institutions” and also completed the Fielding Graduate University “Teaching in the Virtual Classroom” program. She continues to be involved as an alumnus. Her research interests include but are not limited to: higher education administration, community college education and administration, social networking, faith, social justice, grounded theory, diversity, redevelopment and revitalization of US urban centers.

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