Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
(Tia) Bojar, Ph.D.
Tia Bojar received her Ph.D. in educational administration from Marquette
University. She obtained her master’s degree in curriculum and history from the
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and her undergraduate degree in education
from Cardinal Stritch University.
Prior to her present position, Bojar served as dean of Stritch's College
of Education and Leadership. She has held both teaching and administrative
positions in K-12 schools, and continues to stay connected to the current and
emerging needs of K-12 schools today. She serves on the boards of the Milwaukee
Academy of Science, MTEC (Milwaukee Teacher Education Center), Nativity Jesuit
Middle School and St. Joan Antida.
Bojar’s areas of expertise/interest include: learning organizations, change and
transformation, brain compatible instruction, organizational development,
organizational culture, leadership development, coaching as a means of
professional growth, strategic planning, and conflict resolution. She has and
continues to present locally, national and internationally on conflict resolution.
She also co-authored a book, "Leading with the Brain in Mind."
View Dr. Bojar's full biography.