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Term Ending 2014

Barbara Tobolowsky

Barbara Tobolowsky, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Texas at Arlington

Barbara Tobolowsky is an assistant professor in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department and coordinates the K-16 Educational Leadership and Policy Studies doctoral program at the University of Texas at Arlington. Prior to this, she was the associate director of the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition where she oversaw the Center's publications, research, and conferences. Tobolowsky earned her PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles, in higher education and organizational change. Her primary scholarly interests include the academic journeys of students in transition (e.g., transfer students, sophomores) and media's role in influencing the public's view of academia. She has published numerous articles on these topics; co-edited the book, Helping Sophomores Succeed: Understanding and Improving the Second-Year Experience (2009); and edited the Center's new release, Paths to Learning: Teaching for Engagement in College (2014).

 

 

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