Katherine Wesley

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Katherine Wesley

Assistant Professor of Practice, Executive Director National Council of Instructional Administrators

Ph.D., Educational Administration-Higher Education Leadership, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012
M.Ed., Educational Administration-Higher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2011
B.A., Criminal Justice, Washington State University, 2006
ATA, Paralegal Studies, Skagit Valley College, 1996

Katherine Wesley is an assistant professor of practice in the Department of Educational Administration and the Executive Director of the National Council of Instructional Administrators (NCIA). As the executive director, Wesley has organized NCIA presentations on the college completion agenda and pathways and partnerships. She is also the editor of Instructional Leadership Abstracts and recently co-authored the entry on Nebraska community colleges for Fifty State Systems of Community Colleges: Mission, Governance, Funding & Accountability.
Teaching and Advising

Wesley teaches courses on community colleges, issues in higher education administration and law and higher education. She advises master's students and students pursuing the community college leadership certificate.

Areas of Expertise:

    Community Colleges

Professional Highlights

Experience
2013-Present, Assistant Professor of Practice and Executive Director of National Council of Instructional Administrators, Department of Educational Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2010-2013, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Educational Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Memberships
American Association of Community CollegesAACC Coalition of Affiliate CouncilsNebraska Community College AssociationGolden Key International Honour SocietyAmerican Association of University WomenCouncil for the Study of Community Colleges