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About ANTSHE Researchers

ANTSHE Researchers collaborate with other academic professionals and higher education organizations that focus on nontraditional students such as the American Council on Education, The Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), The American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), The National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP), The National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions , and the North Carolina Adult Education Association (NCAEA). They also work with colleges and universities across the United States to deliver original empirical and theoretical research and analyses focusing on higher education and nontraditional students. ANTSHE believes that research that contributes to the understanding and/or development of educational practices and outcomes is essential to not only academia, but also, to the nontraditional student to improve their potential for success.

ANTSHE’s research and goals focus on issues surrounding political, social, cultural, and economic issues, impacting academia such as adult learner programs, retention, prior learning assessment, attrition rates, academic rigor, emerging educational trends, and the ever-changing political influences on higher education. ANTSHE Research represents a wide-range of academic disciplines utilizing various research methods.

ANTSHE Researchers share a responsibility to deliver only the highest level of credible research, and secondary research and resources. They possess proven academic achievement and work in the field of higher education as instructors, administrators, advocates for higher education, and other leaders in education.









ANTSHE Researchers collaborate with other academic professionals and higher education organizations that focus on nontraditional students such as the American Council on Education,  The Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), The American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), The National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP), The National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions , and the North Carolina Adult Education Association (NCAEA). They also work with colleges and universities across the United States to deliver original empirical and theoretical research and analyses focusing on higher education and nontraditional students. ANTSHE believes that research that contributes to the understanding and/or development of educational practices and outcomes is essential to not only academia, but also, to the nontraditional student to improve their potential for success.

ANTSHE’s research and goals focus on issues surrounding political, social, cultural, and economic issues, impacting academia such as adult learner programs, retention, prior learning assessment, attrition rates, academic rigor, emerging educational trends, and the ever-changing political influences on higher education.  ANTSHE Research represents a wide-range of academic disciplines utilizing various research methods.

ANTSHE Researchers share a responsibility to deliver only the highest level of credible research, and secondary research and resources. They possess proven academic achievement and work in the field of higher education as instructors, administrators, advocates for higher education, and other leaders in education. 

ANTSHE Researchers

Mr. John Sheuring

Full-time Instructor       Information Security System Department at Wake Technical Community College. Historic Preservation Commissioner for Sanford, NC and a Facilities and Pollution Control Finance Authority Commissioner for Lee County. Contact: jdsheuring@gmail.com

 

 

Dr. Len Bogner

Program Coordinator: Trade and Industrial Education (T&I), Program Coordinator: Master of Education - General Education University of Central Oklahoma.  Contact: lbogner@uco.edu

 

 

Dr. Lori Risley

Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator at University of Central Oklahoma. Dedicated, creative, engaged, pro-active adult educator with a passion for adult learning and community education. Focused research on trust in the learning environment, and adult training and education. Contact: lrisley1@uco.edu


 

Dr. Sandra Seay

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at East Carolina University. Her research interests include first-generation students, graduate students, and women in higher education administration. She has worked in the student affairs area as a director of counseling services and orientation programming. On the academic side, she has been a dean, assistant dean, director of advising services and a director of retention services. Contact:  seays@ecu.edu


 

Are you interested in becoming an ANTSHE Researcher?

Contact: Dr. R. Lee Viar IV

president@antsheboardofdirectors.org

or call 301-992-2901 

 

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