Cecelia Travick-Jackson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
With a doctorate in language, literature and sociocultural studies, Dr. Travick -Jackson' s dissertation focused on the role and relationship of religion to academic success among African-American women in academia.
Her bachelor's degree is in theater and her master's degree is in secondary education. She brings more than 20 years of experience as a high school teacher and drama director.
At CLU, she teaches courses in action research and advises master's students with action research projects.
- B.S. from Hampton University
- M.Ed. from University of Hartford
- Ph.D. from University of New Mexico
- Action research
- Lutheran religion in Madagascar Program Director for Master of Education Program Chaired university faculty and department chair search committees Chaired search committee for a principal at a Lutheran Day School Served on University Honor’s Committee
- Institutional Review Board
- Graduate and Professional Education Committee University Convocator Written and collaborated on publications in action research, mentorship and electronic portfolios
- Presented at local, state, national and international conferences on the topic of action research, and educational leadership
- Serve as an academic reviewer for American Education Research Association (AERA), California Council of Teacher Education (CCTE) and Sage Publishing Co.
- Received award as an outstanding reviewer for the AERA Review of Educational Research Journal