Register below to receive a direct link to the Recorded Webinar for an in-depth look at earning your Doctor of Education (EdD) at Fielding Graduate University.
The EdD degree is designed for professionals inspired to tackle the challenges in today’s educational and human services systems. In the Recorded Webinar, Dean, School of Leadership Studies, Dr. Barbara Mink, provides an in-depth look at earning your EdD in Leadership for Change at Fielding. She’ll identify key attributes of our program and what distinguishes our program from the rest. She will outline our program components, as well as discuss our educational model.
- Earn your degree within 3 years
- Learn to lead positive change in schools and organizations
- Customize your studies on your interests
- Study when and how it fits your schedule
- Enhance your career
- Learn the admission requirements and eligibility.
Barbara Mink, Ed.D.
Dr. Mink is currently the Dean of the School of Leadership Studies. Since 1978, Dr. Mink has been a professor at the Fielding Graduate University. She teaches and supervises doctoral students in the areas of organizational change, management and leadership, and learning and motivation. Dr. Mink was the Dean (1997-2001) of the Human and Organization Program. She also served on the Board of Trustees of the Fielding Graduate University, where she was a member of the Board Executive Committee and was Chair, Board Committee on Diversity and Social Justice. Dr. Mink has also been a lecturer/clinical professor in the Department of Educational Administration at The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Mink has over thirty-five years of international consulting experience in the areas of leadership development and the design and implementation of organizational change. She has worked with clients in the fields of manufacturing, health care, education, government, communications technology, and banking.
Dr. Mink’s honors include being elected to Pi Mu Epsilon (mathematics honorary) and the Board of Directors of the Human Resource Planning Society. She has been listed in Outstanding Educators of America, Who’s Who in American Women, and Who’s Who in the South and Southwest. She served on the Board of Trustees of the Texas Association of Community College Trustees and Administrators (TACCTA). She has also been President of TACCTA. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Arc of the Capital Area. She is a life time member of the Austin Area Urban League and the Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education.
Dr. Mink has also won poetry and creative writing awards in Texas writing competitions.