EdD in Adult Education, Columbia University
MA in Organizational Communication, University of Maryland
BS in Individual and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University
Linda Moran is an assistant professor of academic strategies and chair of the department. She teaches Academic Strategies, Critical Literacies, and Introduction to Business.
"Hillyer students are exciting to teach," Moran says. "They are eager for a new start in their academic career. Students have dreams, and realize this is the time to invest in themselves. Classes are small, so I know each students' learning style and academic interests. This allows me to design classes with multiple-modalities to connect with each student."
Moran's research interests include:
Teams and leadership development
Student retention strategies
Self-Directed Workteams: The New American Challenge
Keeping Teams on Track
Self Directed Workteams: Mastering the Challenge
Beyond Teams: Building a Collaborative Organization