College of Education
Dr. Randall Bowden
Specialization: Higher education faculty; higher education law; organization and governance
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Dr. Bowden has extensive management experience as a former executive in industry and approximately 20 years experience as an administrator and professor in higher education. He received his doctorate from the University of Denver. As a faculty member his extensive domestic and international teaching, research, and publications include such topics as the professoriate, assessment, adult learners, military student research, college teaching, student services, organizational development and behavior, and Hispanic higher education. He is the co-founding editor and consulting editor of theJournal of Hispanic Higher Education. He also serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, the International Journal of Intercultural Relations, and Journal of Educational Technology & Society.
As an author, his accomplishments include the novel Chasing Echoes and a chapter in the text From Shanghai to Mumbai: Cases for Asian Studies. With his guidance graduate students have submitted and published articles in major journals. Other accomplishments include grant writing, which has brought in over $2 million in funding. His involvement in the community consists of consulting and volunteer work with organizations such as the Council of Colleges and Military Educators, Pasco Hernando Jobs and Education Partnership Regional Board, Habitat for Humanity International, Pasco County Education Television, Colorado State Patrol, and the University of North Dakota Wellness Center.
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