Research & Innovation Advisory Board
Exemplary Leaders in Higher Education
The HETL Research and Innovation Advisory Board (RIAB) provides advice to the Office of Executive Director (OED) on research matters. The RIAB consists of high level educational leader-scholars from a cross section of institutions and countries. HETL aims to conduct research that will have a meaningful and transformative effect on the global higher education community. The board plays an important role in helping HETL achieve its vision and mission while promoting its shared research values.
Vision, Mission, and Shared Values
Vision: The vision of the HETL RIAB is to provide advice and insight to the OED on emerging and cutting-edge research and innovation related to advancing the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in higher education, and to advance education research capacity building and education research theory, policy, and practice around the world.
Mission: The mission of the HETL RIAB is to create new knowledge related to transforming teaching and learning and improving educational outcomes.
Shared Values: To fully fulfill the board’s vision and mission, the RIAB adheres to and promotes the shared research values of innovation, scholarship, and inquiry.
HETL’s research focus includes those areas related to improving and transforming teaching and learning such as global learning, global citizenship, cross-cultural competencies, diversity and inclusion, collegiality and collaboration, academic integrity, universal education, democratization of higher education, higher education as a human right, indigenous higher education, refugee education, innovation in higher education, socialization of higher education, digitization of higher education, learning commons, open education, open educational resources, instructional technologies, technology enhanced learning, educational unbundling, educational portability, learning analytics, blended learning, distance learning, e-learning, mobile learning, integrated learning, holistic learning, adaptive learning, interdisciplinary learning, transdisciplinary learning, creative learning, open learning, multiage learning, authentic learning, meaning-centered learning, dialogical learning, inquiry-based learning, collaborative inquiry, peer-to-peer learning, social learning, self-regulated learning, sustainable learning, experiential learning, service learning, lifelong and lifewide learning, formal, informal, and non-formal learning, learning space design, learning ecosystems, learning-scapes, research-based learning, undergraduate research, community-based learning, student engagement and retention, faculty learning communities, student learning communities, communities of practice, new professional identities, new professional literacies, new forms of university partnerships and collaboration, new accreditation and certification models, new delivery models, new instructional models, new curriculum models, new assessment models such as meaningful assessment, new forms of the doctorate, research and innovation leadership, and the scholarship of research and innovation.
Chair and Vice Chair for July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2017
Chair: Dr. Jill A. Perry
Vice Chair: Professor Michelle Young
The Chair of the HETL Research and Innovation Advisory Board shall serve a term of two years. Each operating year is from July 1 through June 30, to coincide with HETL’s operating year. The Vice Chair shall also serve a term of two years and shall, pending approval of the HETL Executive Director, automatically become Chair when the Chair position becomes vacant. The Chair and Vice Chair shall work in cooperation with the Office of Executive Director to provide leadership and direction for the Board. Responsibilities shall include communication with Board members on matters relevant to the purpose of the Board and may include leading and facilitating discussions with the Board on the development of new proposals for future research topics and proposed new initiatives within the scope of the Board.
Dr. Maureen Andrade
Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs – Academic Programs at Utah Valley University....Read More
Dr. Ken Bain
President, Best Teachers Institute, Ken Bain spent much of his academic career at Vanderbilt, Northw...Read More
Dr. Pamela Barnett
Dean of Arts & Sciences and Distinguished Professor of English at Trinity Washington University;...Read More
Dr. Leo Casey
Head of Media Production at Audio Visual Centre (1982 – 1996), Founder, Managing Director at AV Ed...Read More
Dr. Yin Cheong Cheng
Professor Yin Cheong CHENG is Vice-President (Research and Development) and Chair Professor of Leade...Read More
Dr. Barbara Cozza
Barbara Cozza, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor, Assistant Chairperson and Program Director for the ...Read More
Dr. Michele A. Eodice
Michele A. Eodice is the Associate Provost for Academic Engagement and Director of the OU Writing Ce...Read More
Dr. Al Filreis
Alan Filreis has published books on the literary politics of modern poetry, a new edition of the ra...Read More
Dr. Brian Hudson
He is the Professor of Education and Head of the School of Education and Social Work at the Universi...Read More
Dr. Susan Jeffords
Dr. Susan Jeffords joined the University of Washington Bothell in September of 2007 as Vice Chancell...Read More
Dr. Jill A. Perry
University of Pittsburgh, Research Faculty and Executive Director for the Carnegie Project on the Ed...Read More
Dr. Cathy Sandeen
Cathy Sandeen is the Chancellor for the University of Wisconsin Colleges and Extension. Prior to thi...Read More
Dr. Gwendolyn Willis-Darpoh
Gwendolyn Willis-Darpoh is a senior researcher at AIR. She was the deputy director for the Safe Scho...Read More
Dr. Michelle Young
Executive Director of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) and a Professor o...Read More