John D. Harrison
, Assistant Professor - Graduate Education
Office: Cedar Bluff 125
Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Educational Psychology & Research, University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville TN
Master of Science Degree in Organizational Change and Leadership, Pfeiffer University, Charlotte NC
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), Greensboro NC
Research and Teaching Areas
Professional Development, Adult Education, Human Resource Development, Leadership, Educational Psychology, and Learning.
Courses at LMU:
EDD 751 Quantitative Research I
EDD 752 Advanced Qualitative Research II: Theory & Design
EDL 821 Organizational Landscapes
EDL 823 Change and Entrepreneurship
EDD 860 Group Methods and Processes
EDD 866 Ethical Leadership & Decision Making
- Harrison, J. D. (2013). Case Study - Standing at Widler’s gates: Symbolism in leadership. In C. Nevarez, J. L. Wood & R. Penrose (Eds.), Leadership theory and the community college: Applying theory to practice. Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Harrison, J. D. (in press). Case Study - Diversity, hiring, and the reality of higher education. In C. Nevarez & J. L. Wood (Eds.), Ethical leadership in the community college: Theory, introspection, and application. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
Wood, J. L., & Harrison, J. D. (in press). College choice for Black males in the community college: Factors influencing institutional selection. Negro
Paulus, T., Phipps, G. K., & Harrison J. (2012). A content analysis of instructional technology research proposals by non-IT faculty at a research-intensive university: Literature reviews, collaboration, context & design. Journal of Computing in Higher Education.
Harrison, J. D., & Baker, B. (2012). Marketing the Academy: Examining Consumerism and Student Choice in Graduate Program Selection. 2012 AAACE Conference. Las Vegas, NV. American Association for Adult and Continuing Education
Harrison, J. D. (2012). Self-directed learning in the “Great Recession”: Small business owners and their obstacles to learning. 2012 HICE Conference. Honolulu, HI. Hawaii International Conference on Education.