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Daniel Salter

  • Ph.D.
  • Director, Strategic Research Initiatives, Center for Research Quality
  • Walden University
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Recent publications

  • One university's approach to defining and supporting professional doctorates

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  • Psychological type and involvement in a university residence hall judicial system

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Professional experience

Director, Strategic Research Initiatives, Center for Research Quality

Walden University

September 2010 - Present

Director, Ph.D. Program in Education, Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership

Walden University

October 2007 - September 2010(3 years)

Faculty Chair, Student Success, Doctoral Programs in Education, College of Education

Walden University

October 2006 - September 2007(a year)

Faculty Mentor and Coordinator, Higher Education Specialization, Ph.D. in Education, College of Educ

Walden University

August 2005 - October 2006(a year)

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

August 2004 - December 2005(a year)

Faculty Mentor - Parttime

Walden University

August 2004 - August 2005(a year)

Assistant Professor, Department of Counselor Education, College of Education

The Pennsylvania State University

August 1996 - May 2004(8 years)

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Columbus State Community College

September 1992 - May 1996(4 years)


Ph.D. in Higher Education and Student Affairs

The Ohio State University

August 1986 - May 1991(5 years)

M.S.Ed in College Student Personnel Administration

Indiana University

August 1981 - May 1983(2 years)

B.A. in Psychology and Fine Arts

Indiana University

August 1976 - May 1978(2 years)


Daniel W. Salter, Ph.D., currently serves as a director in the Center for Research Quality and is a member of the Ph.D. in Education program faculty at Walden University. Dr. Salter is in his 13th year at Walden, and was previously an academic administrator in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership. Before to coming Walden, he was a member of the graduate faculty at The Pennsylvania State University for eight years. A recognized scholar of Jungian theory and psychological type (MBTI), many of his recent research projects have addressed the impact of behavioral environments on college students and educators, and the role of technology in education. He is also the developer of the Salter Environmental Type Assessment.


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