Brent Cejda

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Brent Cejda

Professor

1990 Ph.D., Educational Administration & Supervision, Bowling Green University
1982 M.S., Music Education, Wichita State University
1977 B.S., Music Education, Wichita State University

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Areas of Expertise:

    Community colleges
    Career paths of educational administrators
    Hispanics in higher education
    Rural education
    Academic affairs in higher education
    Liberal arts colleges
    General education

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2011, Elected President, Council for the Study of Community Colleges2007, Elected to Chair the Coalition of AACC affiliated councils2005, Elected to the Council for the Management of Educational Finance2001, 2004, Nominated for the Barnie E. Rushing, Jr., Faculty Distinguished Research Award, Texas Tech University2003, 2004, Nominated for the President’s Faculty Distinguished Leadership Award, Texas Tech University2002, Emerging Scholar Award—Council for the Study of Community Colleges2002, College of Education Dean’s Service Award2001, Nominated for the Texas Tech Alumni Association New Faculty Award
Experience
2012 to present, Professor and Department Chair, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2005-2012, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Higher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1998-2005, Assistant/Associate Professor of Higher Education, Texas Tech University1993-1998, Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Education and Fine Arts, Saint Vincent College1991-1993, Associate/Acting Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Education, Benedictine College1990-1991, Coordinator Grants and Research, Edison State College1988-1990, Division Director, Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and Special Programs Coordinator, Highland Community College1985-1987, Research Assistant, Bowling Green State University1982-1985, Instructor and Coordinator, McConnell Air Force Base Campus, Butler County Community College
Memberships
American Association of University ProfessorsAmerican Educational Research Association—Section J, Higher EducationAssociation for the Study of Higher Education Council for the Study of Community Colleges