Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; student-faculty partnership; co-creation; high impact practices; critical pedagogy; educational development
intersection of spirituality and higher education environments; diversity in higher education
faculty development, alternative grading practices, multilingual students, community college students, scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL)
grassroots and non-positional leadership; organizational change; professional identity; professionalism; professional staff; workplace equity; gender and work
Higher Education Accountability and Institutional Effectiveness; Assessment of Student Learning and Student Success; Ethics and Spirituality in Higher Education; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education
Internationalization of higher education; International branch campuses; Student transitions to college
LGBTQ Studies; feminist and queer theory; friendship studies; television studies; trauma rhetoric; gender and sexuality in Appalachia; role of gender equity centers in higher education
organizational behavior; university governance; organizational citizenship behavior; university committees and teams
Ms. Field is currently teaching COMM 101. She is a Ph.D. student in the College of Education. Her research focus is on motivation for writing.
Structures of opportunity for historically underrepresented, immigrant, and international students moving into and through higher education; mobility, migration, and the internationalization of higher education; African and African Diaspora populations in higher education; race, diversity, and equity in higher education
Retention; Women and under-represented students and faculty in STEM; Diversity and inclusion; College access; Policy
Higher education, federal financial aid policy, Pell Grants, Women in higher education, nontraditional and contemporary students in higher education, critical quantitative methods, critical theory
Partnerships, particularly international partnership
International Education; Intercultural Development; Teaching & Learning
Student transitions to college; College student alcohol and drug use; Student athletes; Scholar-practitioners in student affairs
Ethics, positive psychology, and leadership
ACE's student impacts and the response of higher education to the needs of those students.
Lived experiences of college students--particularly first-generation students--as well as the role of higher education, families, and communities in fostering student development, wholeness, and success; intersection of student development theory and equitable (face-to-face and online) learning environments; access to leadership learning for underserved student populations.
Assistant Vice President for Research & Insights, American Council on Education, Washington, DC
the intersections of leadership identity and women’s adult development, critical and emancipatory research methods, the scholarship of liberatory leadership teaching and learning.
College student access and success, quantitative research methodology, survey research, higher education policy, financial aid and college scholarship, institutional research, assessment, international comparative education
International Higher Education Institutional Development, The Future of Higher Education, Education Policy Implementation and Evaluation
scholarship of teaching and learning, history of higher education, online learning, scholarly digital storytelling, digital humanities
Higher education; inequality and mobility; culture; race, class, and gender; parent and family involvement in education; transition to adulthood; research methods; second-generation immigrant students
Gifted children, cultural history, teaching and learning, digital
Modern European and American and comparative social history, history of emotions, world history
College student success and completion; community colleges; higher education policy; advanced quantitative methods
Transfer students, sense of belonging, student success, retention, and college student development
Law and legal history; law of higher education