, Higher Education Administration and Policy
Assistant Provost for Faculty, Northwestern University
BiographyBueschel is the senior program director at the Spencer Foundation, where she oversees the Foundation’s Initiative on Data Use and Educational Improvement, the field-initiated grants program, and the Foundation’s various fellowship programs. Prior to her appointment at the Spencer Foundation, she served as a research scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, working on the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate and on SPECC, the project on California Community Colleges. Bueschel is a member of the Board of Trustees at Bates College. She is also a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) for foster youth.
|2004||PhD, Educational Policy||Stanford University|
|2001||MA, Sociology||Stanford University|
|1995||MA, Higher Education Administration and Policy Analysis||Stanford University|
|1990||BA, Philosophy||Bates College|
Selected Publications(Working Paper/In Press/Under Review). Changing the Conversation about Higher Education.. Rowman and Littlefield.
Bezbatchenko, A.W., A.C. Bueschel, and D. Heiland (2013). Changing the Conversation, Changing the Culture: The Place of Foundations in the Learning Commons in Thompson, Robert, Changing the Conversation about Higher Education R&L Education.
Bezbatchenko, A.W., A.C. Bueschel, and D. Heiland (2013). Changing the Conversation, Changing the Culture: The Place of Foundations in the Learning Commons in R.J. Thompson.
Walker, G. E., Golde, C. M., Jones, L., Bueschel, A. C., & Hutchings, P. (2009). The formation of scholars: Rethinking doctoral education for the twenty-first century.
Bueschel, A. C. (2009). Policies and practices to improve student preparation and success: New directions for community colleges.
Shulman, L. S., Golde, C. M., Bueschel, A. C., & Garabedian, K. J. (2006). Reclaiming educationís doctorates: A critique and a proposal. .Educational Researcher: 25-32.
- Policy links and disjunctures between K-12 and higher education, particularly the high school to college transition; community colleges; doctoral education; organizational learning and educational improvement
Higher Education Policy This course examines theories about the public policy process and their applications in analyzing policy areas of major importance to higher education (e.g., student aid, tax incentives for charitable giving, scientific research and affirmative action). It provides future higher education administrators with a basic understanding of higher education policy and its impact on the institutional policies and operations of colleges and universities in the United States.
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