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About Nasser A Razek

Beginning with a teaching career, Nasser Razek moved through several positions that centered around instructional professional development for k-12 and college educators. Teaching in the college student personnel and higher education administration master's programs in the School of Education and Health Sciences, Nasser takes pride in leading a student centered learning experience for graduate students in the Department of Counselor Education and Human Services.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Student behavior, sanction effectiveness, and proactive initiatives: An investigation of student judicial affairs practices
Campus-wide impact of college diversity scoreboard
Measures of a Midwestern University Accommodating Saudi students
Missions and practices of student learning assessment
Impact of volunteer work on campus internationalization
Millennial students' impact on college instruction and services
Impact of participation in online-learning communities on academic performance and persistence
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
College of Education Doctoral Students Organization (E-DOCs) 2008-present
Academy of Educational Leadership (AEL), 2010-present
Association of College Unions International (ACUI) 2009-present
Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) 2008-present
SERVICE ACTIVITIES
Reviewer of Journal of Studies in Higher Education
Reviewer of program proposals for the Mid-Western Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, October 2009
Motivation session chair in the Fifth Annual Educational Research Exchange, Kent, Ohio, March 2008
Reviewer of program proposals for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, March 2011
Reviewer of program proposals for the Mid-Western Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, October 2010
Reviewer of program proposals for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Assessment & Retention Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June 2010

Positions

Present Clinical Faculty, University of Dayton
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Present College Student Personnel, University of Dayton
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Present Higher Education Administration, University of Dayton
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Research Interests


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Courses

  • Perspectives in Higher Education
  • Research & Evaluation in Human Services
  • Policy, Assessment and Accountability in Higher Education
  • Administration of Higher Education
  • Higher Education Curriculum and Program Planning
  • Diversity Issues in Higher Education

Education

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2012 Ed.D, The University of Akron
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2007 MA.Ed, The University of Akron
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1991 BA, Zagazig University
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Contact Information

Location: College Park Center, Room 629L
Phone: 937-229-1056

Email:


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