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Eric J. Dimmitt

Chair - Educational Leadership (MEL)

Associate Dean - College of Graduate Studies

Departments

COEL - Educational Leadership

College of Graduate Studies

Phone

(414) 410-4688

Building

BH Bonaventure Hall 2006

Mailbox

Box 103

Biography

Eric Dimmitt joined the Cardinal Stritch faculty in 2014. He has a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University, a M.A. in Educational Administration from Marian University, and a B.A. in Secondary Education (English and Speech Communication) from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He is licensed as a teacher, principal, director of instruction, and superintendent. He has over 20 years of experience as a teacher in central and northwestern Wisconsin, as an assistant principal and K-12 curriculum director in the Milwaukee metropolitan area, and as an undergraduate and graduate university professor. He teaches graduate and doctoral level courses in leadership and learning theory, systems thinking and innovation, instructional leadership, and K12 school law and finance. Eric's areas of research and scholarship include collaboration in online learning environments, goal setting and strategic planning in organizations, and the use of arts integration in leadership development programs.

Education

  • B.A., Univ Of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  • M.A.E., Marian University Of Fond Du Lac
  • Ph.D., Cardinal Stritch University

Expertise

Online Learning, Strategic Planning, Arts Integration in Leadership Development Programs, Micro-credentials in Higher Education

Publications & Presentations

See CV

Why Stritch?

"My mission is to prepare leaders to transform their organizations and their communities. Likewise, Stritch transforms students lives, so they can then create transformation in their own organizations through leadership, learning, service and research. Students return for additional degrees and certifications because they recognize that learning at Stritch is not about just knowledge and skills, it is about thinking, acting, and serving differently as a result of their experiences. "

- Eric J. Dimmitt