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Jean Henscheid

Jean Henscheid

Jean Henscheid, is academic faculty and co-program coordinator in Adult Organizational Learning and Leadership in the University of Idaho's College of Education. She returned to the University of Idaho in January 2013 from a two-year appointment as an associate professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at Portland State University. At PSU, she was also a senior scholar with the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Academic Excellence.

Prior to moving to PSU in 2011, Dr. Henscheid was the director of the UI's Core Curriculum. She has co-authored two books on conducting social science research as well as authored and edited numerous monographs, book chapters, and articles on various topics related to improving the college student experience. She 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. She served as editor of the award-winning higher education periodical About Campus for nearly a decade until January, 2014.

Jean's faculty and administrative positions have also included 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.

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