HETL Leadership Academy
The mission of the HETL Leadership Academy is to prepare and develop educators to become exceptional administrative and instructional leaders needed for twenty-first century higher education. This first phase of the HETL Leadership Academy is to build, through academic research, a knowledge base on administrative and instructional leadership and to develop meaningful evidence-based leadership theories and models that can be applied across all higher education institutional types and levels.
HETL peer-reviewed articles published on Educational Leadership:
Cozza, B., Blessinger, P., & Mandracchia, M. (2014). Effectiveness of graduate programs in administrative and instructional leadership, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 6 (1), 2–21.
Zeine, R., Boglarsky, C.A., Blessinger, P., & Michel, L. (2014). External adaptability of higher education institutions: The use of diagnostic interventions to improve agility. Change Management: An International Journal, 13(4), 1–12.
Zeine, R., Boglarsky, C.A., Daly, E., Blessinger, P., Kurban, M., & Gilkes, A. (2014). Considerate leadership as a measure of effectiveness in medical and higher education: Analysis of supervisory/managerial leadership.Organizational Cultures : An International Journal, 15(1), 1–13.
Zeine, R., Palatnick, F., Boglarsky, C.A., Blessinger, P., Herrick, B. & Hamlet, M.T. (2014). Customer service focus and mission articulation as measures of effectiveness in higher education institutions: Driving student success. Management Education: An International Journal, 14(1), 1–10.
HETL peer-reviewed books published on Educational Leadership:
Blessinger, P., & Anchan, P. (2015). Democratizing Higher Education: International Comparative Perspectives. New York: Routledge Publishing. See DHE
Blessinger, P., & Carfora, J.M. (2014). Inquiry-based learning for faculty and institutional development: A conceptual and practical resource for educators. See IBL
Kovbasyuk, O, & Blessinger, P. (2013). Meaning-centered education: international perspectives and explorations in higher education. New York: Routledge Publishing. See MCE