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Jean Henscheid

Jean Henscheid

Jean Henscheid, is the principal policy analyst for the Idaho State Board of Education. From 2013-2017, Dr. Henscheid was a member of the University of Idaho College of Education faculty and then a research scientist and interim director of the McClure Center for Public Policy Research at the UI. From 2011 to 2013 she held a visiting associate professorship in education and was a student affairs senior scholar at Portland State University. Prior to her visiting appointments at PSU, Dr. Henscheid was director of general education at the University of Idaho. Her professional experience also includes leading learning community programs and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in leadership and research methods at Washington State University and serving as associate director for research and publications for the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina.

She has conducted and collaborated on several large-scale research projects on student transitions and is co-author of two books on conducting social science research. She has authored and edited numerous monographs, book chapters, and articles and facilitates workshops across the U.S. and abroad with a primary focus on student transitions, curriculum design, learning theory, program evaluation, general education, and learning assessment. From 2007 through July 2011 she served as editor of the Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. For nearly a decade, until January 2014, she also served as managing and then executive editor of the award-winning higher education periodical About Campus.

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