David Burgess Associate Dean (Research, Graduate Support, and International Initiatives)
Dr Burgess' research and teaching areas include organizational theory, modelling, simulation, decision-making, and analysis; and educational and administrative law.
Michael Cottrell Associate Professor, Educational Administration
Dr Cottrell's research and teaching areas include Native-Newcomer relations, Indigenous education, international and comparative education, and educational leadership.
Janet Okoko Assistant Professor, Educational Administration
Dr Okoko's research and teaching areas include school leadership preparation and development, socially empowered learning, monitoring and evaluation of education programs, immigrants and minority education.
Michelle Prytula Dean, College of Education
Dr Prytula's research and teaching areas include learning, identity, leadership, induction, educational finance, and improvement.
Jeff Solheim Post-Doctoral Fellow, Educational Administration
Dr Solheim is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Saskatchewan.
Vicki Squires Assistant Professor and Graduate Chair, Educational Administration
Dr Squires' research and teaching areas include post-secondary education, leadership, assessment and evaluation, and organizational theory.
Keith Walker Professor, Educational Administration
Dr Walker's research and teaching areas include professional and applied ethics; executive leadership, board and organizational development; trust and moral agency; hope-building through leadership; best interests of the child; teacher retention and attrition; adaptive mentorship; the spiritual dimension of leadership; flourishing schools and churches; non-Catholic students in Catholic schools; wellness and policymaking; capacity building in the new economy; leadership philosophies; and decision making in public and not-for-profit sectors.
Dawn Wallin Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs, Partnerships, and Research)
Dr Wallin's research and teaching areas include educational administration and leadership; rural education; and gender issues in education.