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College of Education: Preparing Teachers and Education Professionals

Department of Higher, Adult, and Counselor Education

 ADULT EDUCATION MAED

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Faculty Profile


Phyllis J. Broughton Ed.D., Teaching Assistant Professor

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education

Office: 227 Ragsdale

Phone: (252) 714-4335

Email: broughtonp@ecu.edu


Background: Dr. Phyllis Broughton is a Teaching Assistant Professor of Adult Education in the Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education. Her background includes community college leadership experience both in academics and support services.  Her educational interests include leadership and communication; program evaluation, cultural competencies, technology in teaching/learning, and community college issues/trends,


Education:
Ed.D., Adult and Community College Education (Curriculum and Instruction minor; and Higher Education Leadership, concentration), North Carolina State University


MA.ED, Adult Education (Information Management concentration) East Carolina University


B.A., English (Business Education minor) Atlantic Christian College (Barton College)


Courses Taught:
ADED 6450 - Community, Junior, and Technical Colleges

ADED 6495 - Educational Program Evaluation

ADED 6550 - Leadership and Communication Skills in Education

ADED 6590 - Multicultural Issues in Education

Research Interests:   Program evaluation and instructional strategies;  community college issues/trends and leadership; cultural competencies; leadership and communication; and technology for teaching/learning

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Vivian W. Mott, Ph.D., Professor

Interim Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, and Faculty Development

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult, and Counselor Education

Office: 154-E Speight

Phone: (252) 328-6177

Email: mottv@ecu.edu

Background:

Vivian W. Mott, Ph.D. is a Cyril O. Houle Research Scholar, Salzburg Fellow, and recent recipient of the Grumman Award from the North Carolina Adult Education Association, the ACHE Exemplary Professional Contributions Award, the NCAEA Gruman Award for Lifelong Service to Adult and Continuing Education, East Carolina University's Centennial Women of Distinction Award, and other teaching and research awards. Dr. Mott's research interests focus on the development of professional expertise, reflective practice, multicultural issues, and ethics in education and business. She is co-editor of two books, Organization & Administration of Adult/Continuing Education, Charting a Course for Continuing Professional Education, and author of numerous journal articles, book chapters, and book reviews. Her work has been published in Adult Education Quarterly, Continuing Studies in Education, Journal of Transformative Education, and the New Directions on Adult and Continuing Education series.

Education:

Ph.D. , University of Georgia

M.Ed., University of Tennessee

B.S./B.A., University of Tennessee

Courses Taught:

ADED 6307: Proposal Writing for Grants and Contracts

ADED 6445: Introduction to Adult Education

ADED 6453: The Adult Learner

ADED 6454: Educational Gerontology

ADED 6461: Introduction to Training and Development

ADED 6462: Seminar in Training and Development

ADED 6484: Organization and Administration of Adult Education

ADED 6487: Instructional Strategies

ADED 6490: Issues and Trends in Adult Education

ADED 6491: Research Problems in Adult Education

ADED 6989/6990: Internship in Adult Education

ADED 7000: Thesis

ADED 9000

Research Interests:

Development of Professional Expertise, Reflective Practice, Ethnic/Women's Studies and History of Adult Education

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Steven Schmidt, PhD, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education

Office: 221 B Ragsdale

Phone: (252) 328-1118

Email: schmidtst@ecu.edu

Background: Dr. Steven Schmidt is an Associate Professor of Adult Education in the Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education. Dr. Schmidt's background is in workplace training and development. Prior to joining the faculty of ECU, he worked in employee training and development at Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

Education:

Ph.D., Adult Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

M.S., Administrative Leadership (Adult Education), University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

B.A., Marketing, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

Courses Taught:

ADED 6003 – Special Topics Seminar

ADED 6445 – Introduction to Adult Education

ADED 6453 – The Adult Learner

ADED 6461 – Introduction to Training and Development

ADED 6462 – Seminar in Training and Development

ADED 6487 – Instructional Strategies

ADED 6495 - Educational Program Evaluation

ADED 6492 – Directed Readings

ADED6493 – Directed Readings

COAD 6358 – Classroom Measurement and Assessment

LEED 8060 – Program Evaluation


Research Interests:

Online teaching and learning, educational program evaluation, workplace training and development and cultural competence.

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Dept of Higher, Adult, & Counselor Education | 213 Ragsdale Hall | MS 121
East Carolina University | Greenville, NC 27858 USA
Phone: 252-328-6856 | Fax: 252-328-5114
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