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UNDERGRADUATEEDUC-312: School, Family, Community PartnershipsEDUC-151: Foundations of the Education ProfessionGRADUATEEDUC-500: Foundations of EducationEDUC-510: Research Methods and DesignEDUC-520: Research and Methods of Inquiry II
PH.D. HIGHER EDUCATIONBoston CollegeM.ED. EDUCATION LEADERSHIPThe Pennsylvania State UniversityB.MUS. MUSIC EDUCATIONThe Dana School of Music – Youngstown State University
BOOK CHAPTERSSayers, K. W., & Ryan, J. F. (2008). The institutional research option: Transforming data, information, and decision-making for institutions at risk. In J. Samels & J. Martin (Eds.), Turnaround: Leading stressed colleges and universities to excellence: Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.Altbach, P. G., & Sayers, K. W. (2002). Student Activism. In J. Forest & K. Kinser (Eds.), Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia (Vol. 2). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.ARTICLESSayers, K. W. (2014, Winter). Tomorrow’s Academic Profession and the Board’s Responsibility. College and University Journal.Alcock, M., Sayers, K. W., & Dutka, J. T. (2006). Transforming institutional culture in regard to student learning: One university’s experience. Assessment Update.Sayers, K. W. (2006, Summer). Information and inattentiveness in higher education planning. College and University Journal, 81(3).Sayers, K. W. (2005, Summer). Failed attempts: Planning for state system restructuring. College and University Journal, 81(1).Sayers, K. W. (2003). Cyber-security on today’s college and university campus. SC Magazine.