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Tania C. Reis

  • Associate Professor
    Org. Learning & Leadership
  • Assistant Professor
    Act 48/GUEC

• GOLL 801 — Advanced Organizational Theory

• GOLL 802 – Advanced Leadership Theory

• GOLL 811 - Psychosocial  Dimensions of Leadership

• GOLL 816 – Developing Leadership Capacity

• GOLL 822-823 Research Methods II, III

• GOLL 820 – Qualitative Methods

• GOLL 899 — Dissertation

• Ph.D. Educational Studies Higher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

• Ed.S. Educational Leadership, Eastern Michigan University

• M.A. Curriculum & Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia University     

• B.A. English. Temple University

• American Educational Research Association

• Association of Leadership Educators

• American Association of University Women

• International Academy of Educational Leaders

• International Council of Professors of Educational Leadership

• Reis T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2021). Who earns a terminal degree in leadership? Supporting
applied doctoral dissertations. In H.Wafai & M. Bernard (Eds.), Socially engaged applied doctoral research in Canada: Approaches to contemporary social and management opportunities and challenges: Vol.1, p. 8. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25316/IR-17109

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2020). Doctoral advising in COVID-19: Opportunity for
change. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education 5(1)

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2020) Moving mentorship to opportunity for women
university presidents. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 18(1), 31 – 41. DOI: 10.24384/3txj-jw75

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2019.) Women university presidents: Leadership within
bourdieu’s model of cultural capital. Journal of Leadership Studies, 4 (12), 27 – 40.

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2019). Women and the university presidency: Increasing
equity in leadership. Journal of Research on the College President, 3, 48 – 61.

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2018). Women University presidents: Navigating the
administrative labyrinth. Leadership and Research in Education: The Journal of the OCPEA, 4, special issue, 97-113.

• Reis, T.C. & Grady, M.L. (2017). A review of women’s leadership conferences: Ways
public research institutions support female students opting-in. Journal of Women in Educational Leadership, DOI: 10.13014/K2J1012P

• Reis, T. C. (2015). Leadership stories: Defining gender in university leadership. Journal
of  Women in Educational Leadership
, Paper 70. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/jwel/70

Tania           C. Reis

Phone: 814-871-7263
Office: PC 1225

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