We are happy to share that IEM Faculty Co-Chair Richard Reddick was appointed inaugural Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement and Outreach at the University of Texas in Austin (UT), where he is also a faculty member and leader in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, and serves as coordinator of the Program in Higher Education Leadership.
In this new role at UT, Reddick will be a Title IX liaison and chair of the Inclusions and Diversity committee, advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in support of students, staff, and faculty at the college.
While Reddick has been serving as a regular faculty member for the Institute for Educational Management (IEM) at the Harvard Institutes for Higher Education, he is no stranger to the Harvard community, having received two degrees at the university. He earned his Ed.M. in Administration, Planning and Social Policy in 1998 and then his Ed.D. in Higher Education in 2007 at Harvard. In 2018, Reddick officially joined the Harvard teaching community when he was appointed as visiting Associate Professor at Harvard University, and he became a faculty co-chair for the IEM program with James Honan (IEM Faculty Co-Chair, Senior Lecturer on Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education).
Reddick commented in a news announcement regarding his Harvard Associate Professor appointment: “For the past few years I have served on the faculty of the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, and the relationships between the faculty and participants have been particularly generative, as we’re drawing on scholars and administrators from across the country and the world.”
We are happy to see Reddick continue to influence and advance his good work both here at Harvard and at his home in UT.
Reddick will be teaching at the Summer 2019 offering of IEM, as well as a new program, Reflecting on the Past, Transforming the Future: A 50th Anniversary Symposium with the Institute for Educational Management (IEM). To learn more about this symposium visit: www.gse.harvard.edu/ppe/IEM50.
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