Ed.D., Educational Foundations, Policy and Administration, University of Michigan
Dr. Anderson has worked in the education field for over 25 years, in a variety of capacities, including as a secondary mathematics and computer science teacher, a researcher for the Bureau of Accreditation and School Improvement Studies, the executive associate for Research and Assessment with the National Board For Professional Teaching Standards, the associate director for the National Science Foundation Statewide Systemic Initiative in South Dakota, the lead administrator at a professional development school (PDS), and a faculty member in Maryland and Michigan. He is currently the coordinator of the doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Eastern Michigan University. He has published over 40 articles and book chapters, completed over 100 scholarly presentations, and authored over 20 funded grant proposals. He is a past president of the Michigan Association of Professors of Educational Administration, and has been awarded the EMU College of Education Innovative Scholarship Award, the EMU College of Education Special Service Award, the Maryland Association of Higher Education Award for Outstanding Research, and the University of Michigan Award for Outstanding Dissertation in School Administration.