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Gary M. Crow
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Department:  Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Affiliations:  Educational Leadership , Education Policy Studies
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About Me | Degrees | Teaching | Publications | Presentations | Awards
 

ABOUT ME
I am a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, specializing in educational leadership. I am also currently the interim Executive Associate Dean of the School of Education  I received my Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and have previously taught at Bank Street College of Education (NYC), Louisiana State University, University of Utah, and Florida State University.  In the last two universities, I also served as department chair.  My research focuses on work socialization of school principals and other leaders, school reform, and leadership.  I am currently involved in comparative studies of school leaders in England and the U.S. My research is published in such journals as Educational Administration Quarterly, Journal of School Leadership, Educational Leadership, Educational Management Administration and Leadership (UK), and the Journal of Educational Administration (Australia). I have co-authored books on leadership, mentoring, and the principalship and am co-editor of the Handbook of Research on Leadership Education and the International Handbook on the Preparation and Development of School Leaders.  I am past president of the University Council for Educational Administration and founding editor of the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.

DEGREES

Ph.D. Education, 1985, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

M.S. Administration and Supervision, 1981, Bank Street College of Education, New York City

M.Div., Divinity, 1973, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY

B.A., Psychology, 1969, Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, OK

TEACHING
  • A600 PROBLEMS IN EDUC LEADERSHIP
  • A754 SEM IN RSCH IN EDUC LDRSHIP
  • A795 DISSERTATION PROPOSAL PREP

PUBLICATIONS
  • Crow, G. (2014). Faculty resistance to higher education program change: A case of difference. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED).
  • Crow, G.M. Scribner, M.P.S. (2014). Professional identities of urban school leaders. In H.R. Milner K. Lomotey (Eds.) Handbook of Urban Education (pp.287-304). London: Routledge Press.
  • Butler, A., Whiteman, R., Crow, G.M. (2013). Technologys role intransformational educator mentoring. International Journal of Mentoring andCoaching, 2(3), 233-248.
  • Ghani, M.F.A., Radzi, N.M., Kenayathulla, H.B., Siraj, S., Crow, G.M., Elham, F. (2013). Komuniti pembelajaran professional menurut perspektif Islam (Professional learning community through the Islamic perspective. Jurnal Hadhari 5(2), 27-52 (www.ukm.my/jhadhari)
  • Crow, G.M. Scribner, M.P.S. (2014). Professional identities of urban schoolleaders. In H.R. Milner K. Lomotey (Eds.) Handbook of Urban Education (pp.287-304). London: Routledge Press.
  • Crow, G.M. Whiteman, R. (2013). Program features of educational leadership preparation: An update of what we know. (UCEA Program Improvement Project for the Wallace Foundation). Charlottesville, VA: University Council for Educational Administration.
  • Ghani, M.F.A. Crow, G.M. (2013). Amalan komuniti pembelajaran profesional:perspecktif pemimpin sekolah cemerlang negara maju. Jurnal Kurikulum Pengajaran Asia Pasifik (JuKu), Bilangan 1, Isu 3, Julai 2013 (Malaysian).
  • Crow, G.M. (2012).A critical-constructivist perspective on mentoring and coaching for leadership. In S. Fletcher C. Mullen (Eds.) SAGE Handbook of Mentoring and Coaching in Education (pp.228-242). London: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Scribner, S.P. Crow, G.M. (2012). Employing professional identities: Case study of a high school principal in a reform setting. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 11(3), 243-274.
  • Nguyen, T.S.T., Scribner, S.P., Crow, G.M. (2012). Tangled narratives and wicked problems: A complex case of positioning and politics in a diverse school community. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 15(4), 49-64.
  • Crow, G.M., Arnold, N.W., Reed, C.J., Shoho, A.R. (2012). The complexity of leveraging university program change. Journal of Research on LeadershipEducation, 7(2), 172-194.
  • Crow, G.M. (2012). Professional identities: Developing leaders for inter/professionalpractice. In J. Forbes C. Watson (Eds.). The Transformation of ChildrensServices: Examining and Debating the Complexities of Inter/professionalWorking. London, England: Routledge.
  • Pounder, D., Crow, G. (2012). ELCC Building Level Standard 3. In M. D. Young H. Mawhinney (Eds.). The research base supporting the ELCC standards.Grounding leadership preparation and the Educational Leadership ConstituentCouncil standards in empirical research, (pp. 17-21). Charlottesville, VA: University Council for Educational Administration.
  • Nguyen, T.S., Crow, G.M. (2012).General management theory. In B. Irby, G. Brown, R. Lara-Alecio (Eds.) Handbook of Educational Theories, (pp. 883-888). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
  • Pounder, D., Crow, G. (2012). ELCCDistrict Level Standard 3. In M. D. Young H. Mawhinney (Eds.). The research base supporting the ELCC standards. Grounding leadership preparation and the Educational Leadership Constituent Council standards in empirical research, (pp. 54-58). Charlottesville, VA: University Council for Educational Administration.
  • Crow, G.M. Grogan, M. The development of leadership thought and practice in the United States, In F. English (Ed.) The Sage Handbook of Educational Leadership. 2nd edition.Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Scribner, S., Crow, G., Lopez, G., Murtadha, K. (2011)Successful principals: A contested notion for superintendents and principals. Journal of School Leadership, 21(3), 390-421.
  • Fossey, R., Crow, G.M. (2011). The elements of a good case. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 14(4) (September)
  • Crow, G.M. (2011). Professional identities: Developing leaders for interprofessional practice. In J. Forbes C. Watson (Eds.). The Transformation of ChildrensServices: Examining and Debating the Complexities of Inter/professional working. London, England: Routledge.
  • Crow, G.M. Peterson, K. (2010). Principals role in restructuring schools. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, B. McGaw(Eds.). International encyclopedia of education, Vol 5 (pp. 66-71). Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Crow, G.M. Weindling, D. (2010). Learning to be political: New English headteachers roles. Educational Policy, 24(1): 137-158.
  • Matthews, L.J. Crow, G.M. (2010) The principalship: New roles in a professional learning community. Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Allyn Bacon.
  • Crow, G.M. (2009). The development of school leaders professional identities: Challenges and implications for interprofessional practice. Proceedings of the Seminar Series: Research into professional identities: Theorizing social and institutional identities, at University of Aberdeen (Scotland), Kings College, May 30, 2008
  • Young, M.D., Crow, G.M., Murphy, J., Ogawa, R. (2009). Handbook of research on the education of school leaders. New York: Routledge
  • Lumby, J., Crow, G., Pashiardis, P. (2008). International handbook on the preparation and development of school leaders. New York: Routledge
  • Boncana, M. Crow, G.M. (2008). A new principal for Tchikobou High School: Resistance to change. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 11 (1): 73-80.
  • Crow, G.M. Whiteman, R.J. (in press)..Effective preparation program features: A literature review. Journal of Research on Leadership Education
  • Crow, G.M., Day, C., Moller, J.. (in press).Framing research on school principals identities. International Journal of Leadership in Education.
  • Young, M.D., Crow, G.M. (Eds).(under contract)Handbook of Research on the Education of School Leaders--2nd edition. New York: Routledge
  • Crow, G.M. Grogan, M. (accepted). Mentoring in the educational leadership pipeline. .In F. Kochan (Ed). Sage Handbook of Mentoring. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

PRESENTATIONS
  • Crow, G.M. (2015). Cultivating trust for school change: Using a professional identity lens. Paper presented at the International Successful School Principals conference, Seville, Spain, June 1, 2015.
  • Crow, G.M. (2015, Dec.). (panelist). New education forum. Formula for new reality (youth workforce development. Warsaw, Poland: New Education Forum, December 1, 2015.
  • Crow, G.M. (2014). Cultivating trust in a diverse urban setting: Using the lens ofprofessional identities. Paper presented at European Conference on EducationalResearch, Porto, Portugal. September 23, 2014.
  • Crow, G.M. Stahly, B. (2012, June). Mentoring educational leaders: Panacea orresource for school success. Presentation at the 14thannual IUPUI/IUSA summer conference on urban education. Indianapolis, IN, June 13 (State).
  • Crow, G.M., Day, C., Moller, J., Scribner, S.P. (2012). The early identity formation of school principals: A conceptual proposal. Paper presented at European Conference on Educational Research, Cadiz, Spain, September 21, 2012.
  • Crow, G.M. (2012, April). Transforming or reproducing: Different goals for mentoring. Keynote address to the William L. Boyd National Educational Politics Workshop.American Educational Research Association annual meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, April 13.
  • Scribner, S.P. Crow, G.M. (2012). Principal identity construction in a high accountability reform context. Paper presented at European Conference on Educational Research, Cadiz, Spain, September 21, 2012.
  • Crow, G.M. Scribner, S.P. (2010). Leader identities: Ignored but not forgotten for school leader practice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA, November 29, 2010.

AWARDS
  • Roald Campbell Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Trustee Teaching Award
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