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Suzy Hardie, Ph.D.
|Title:||Clinical Associate Professor
|Department:||Educational Leadership and Policies
College of Education
- Ph.D., Educational Administration, University of South Carolina
- Ed.S., Educational Administration, University of South Carolina
- M.A., Educational Administration, University of South Carolina
- B.S., Secondary Education-English, Pennsylvania State University
Suzy Hardie, Ph.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Program Coordinator of the Master’s and Education Specialist’s programs in Educational Leadership and Policies at the University of South Carolina. She analyzes effective school leadership in high-needs urban and rural schools. Through research, she knows of the importance of context, so she helps to educate administrative interns to be able to be successful leaders in any school context. She serves as a conduit between higher education and the public schools of South Carolina by providing opportunities for schools that otherwise would not have guest speakers or unique learning opportunities. Since the highest teacher and leader shortage is in rural areas of the state, she focuses on key elements of talent management and establishing an induction program for new leaders through the first three years of their tenure to help diminish the teacher attrition.
- School leadership preparation
- Educational leadership
- Talent management in rural areas
- Culturally Responsive/Critically Conscious School Leadership
Moyi P., Hardie S., Cunningham K.M.W. (2022) School Development in South Carolina - Building Leadership Capacity for Evidence-Based School Development in South Carolina Schools. In: Ylimaki R.M., Brunderman L.A. (eds) Evidence-Based School Development in Changing Demographic Contexts. Studies in Educational Leadership, vol 24. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-76837-9_8
Tran, H., Hardie, S., Gause, S., Moyi, P., & Ylimaki, R. (2020). Leveraging the Perspectives of Rural Educators to Develop Realistic Job Previews for Rural Teacher Recruitment and Retention. Rural Educator, 41 (2) 31-46.
Hans, K., Ylimaki, R., Moyi, P., Hardie, S., Andreoli, P., & Dou, J. (2019). Getting off the List: Leadership, Learning and Context in Two Rural, High-Needs Schools. Journal of School Leadership. DOI: 10.1177/1052684619867474
Ylimaki, R., Moyi, P., & Hardie, S. (2019). A Bourdieuian Approach to Educational Leadership in Culturally Diverse Schools. Multiculturalism and Multilingualism. UCEA Center for the International Study of School Leadership.
Moyi, P., & Hardie, S. (2019). Evidence-based School Development in Changing Demographic Contexts.
Tran, H. Hardie, S., & Cunningham, K.W. (2020). Leading With Empathy and Humanity: Why Talent-Centred Education Leadership is Especially Critical Amidst the Pandemic Crisis. International Studies in Educational Administration 48 (1), 39-45.
Hardie, S. (2019, October). Using Innovation to Enhance any Course by Putting it on Its Head. Center for Teaching Excellence. Presented at Oktoberbest annual conference in Columbia, SC.
Hardie, S., & Moyi, P. (2019, September). Building Leadership Capacity for Evidence- Based School Development in Underperforming Arizona and South Carolina Schools. Presented at the annual conference in Hamburg, Germany.
Moyi, P., & Hardie, S. (2019, September). Using Bourdieu to Problematize Leadership in High Needs Schools in the Southeastern United States. Presented at the annual conference in Hamburg, Germany.
Ylimaki, R., Moyi, P., Hardie, S. (2018, November.) Building Leadership Capacity for Evidence-Based School Development in Underperforming Arizona and South Carolina Schools. University Council Education Administration. Presented at the annual conference in Houston, TX.
Klar, H, Ylimaki, R., Moyi, P, Hardie, S., Morse, P., & Dou, J. (2018, November). Sociocultural Interaction of Leaders and Students form Marginalized Communities in the Southeastern United States. University Council Education Administration. Presented at the annual conference in Houston, TX.