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Mette L. Baran

Faculty - Leadership Doctorate

Departments

Leadership Education

Phone

(414) 410-4685

Building

BH Bonaventure Hall 2036

Mailbox

Box 103

Biography

Dr. Mette Baran is a professor of leadership in Cardinal Stritch University’s Graduate School teaching leadership, learning, research methodology and higher education administration courses. Her research focus is looping, classroom organization, student attitudes and motivation towards school, teacher preparedness and training, educational leadership, higher educational topics, international family politics and school leadership in general utilizing both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. She conducts research in school leadership with an international research think tank (International School Leadership Network for High Needs Schools) comparing best practices of school leadership training across the globe.

Baran is the author and editor of four books and numerous book chapters and peer reviewed articles. In addition, she is a frequent presenter at both national and international conferences. Prior to joining Stritch, she was an dministrator and faculty member in higher education with Robert Morris University (RMU) of Illinois. She is currently serving on the Board of Trustees for RMU. 

Education

  • B.S., De Paul University
  • M.B.A., De Paul University
  • Ed.D., De Paul University

Expertise

Higher Education administration and leadership
Adult Teaching and Learning
Mixed Methods Research
Looping in Schools

Publications & Presentations

See CV

Why Stritch?

"Stritch is family! "

- Mette L. Baran