MSHE Staff

MSHE Staff

Skyler Adams

Adams, Skyler

Graduate Assistant, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • BA, English, Hope College, 2013
Jamie Jeune

Jeune, Jamie

Graduate Assistant, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • BA, Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), 2016
Domenic Lamberti

Lamberti, Domenic

Graduate Assistant, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • BA, Law, Politics, and Society, Drake University, 2015
Kristin McCann

McCann, Kristin

Assistant Director, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • PhD, Higher Education, Loyola University Chicago , 2014
  • MA, English/Writing Studies , University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2009
  • BA, English/Rhetoric & Composition, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2007

Research Interests

Curriculum in graduate preparation programs (GPPs), women faculty/women faculty of color, STEM/health-science pipeline programs, visual methods in higher education research. 

Erin McNulty

McNulty, Erin

Program Assistant, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • MA, Creative Writing, Northwestern University, 2012
  • BA, Film/Communications, Columbia College
Audra Nelson

Nelson, Audra

Career Coach, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • BA, Psychology, DePauw University, 1994
  • MS, Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, 2001
Derek Thurber

Thurber, Derek

Instructional Design and Technology Consultant, Higher Education Administration and Policy


Degrees

  • MS, Higher Education Administration and Policy, Northwestern University, 2015
  • BA, History, Whitman College, 2011
Lois Trautvetter

Trautvetter, Lois

Director, Higher Education Administration and Policy

Professor, School of Education and Social Policy


Degrees

  • PhD, Higher Education Administration, University of Michigan, 1991
  • MS, Polymer Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University, 1986
  • BA, Chemistry, College of Wooster, 1982

Research Interests

Engineering education research including retention and recruitment of female and underrepresented undergraduate students and faculty, interdisciplinary skills, contextual competence skills, and design and problem solving skills.
Faculty productivity, enhancing research and teaching, faculty motivation, enhancing faculty-student interaction, and new and junior faculty issues.
Student development research that includes holistic and spiritual development of undergraduates.
Gender issues, females in STEM disciplines.