The faculty in the online MA in Educational Leadership program at Queens University of Charlotte is focused on the reality of the modern school environment and how you can change it for the better. Each member of our faculty is a real-world practitioner with extensive experience in the field and a comprehension of the type of challenges your school will face. Our professors make themselves available to connect with you one-on-one, building strong mentoring relationships that equal those of an on-campus experience.
Linda Dunlap, Ed.D.
Dr. Linda Dunlap is an Associate Professor of Education in the Cato School of Education at Queens University of Charlotte and Director of the NC Teaching Fellows Program on campus. She has been a classroom teacher and a school principal and has also served in various leadership capacities in higher education. Her research has centered around the impact of mentoring on public school teachers in West Virginia, where she began her career in education. She was coordinator of the Regional Alternative Licensing Center, a regional office of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, where she worked with lateral entry teachers. She has a BA in Elementary Education with a specialization in Middle School Language Arts; an MA in Public School Administration and an Ed.D. in Leadership Studies and Curriculum and Instruction.
Cynthia Hopper, Ph.D. (expected in Aug. 2014)
Professor Hopper has worked as a teacher and a school principal at schools in the Charlotte area. Her areas of research interest include supporting student and beginning teachers. She earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her Master of Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where she is currently in a doctoral program.
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