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Dr. William Allan Kritsonis ...

Dr. William Allan Kritsonis
Professor
PhD Program in Educational Leadership
Whitlowe R. Green College of Education
Prairie View A&M University
The Texas A&M University System
Prairie View, Texas 77446

William Allan Kritsonis, PhD
(Revised Summer, 2010)

William H. Parker Leadership Academy Hall of Honor

In 2008, Dr. Kritsonis was inducted into the William H. Parker Leadership Academy Hall of Honor, Graduate School, Prairie View A&M University – The Texas A&M University System. He was nominated by doctoral and master’s degree students.

Dr. Kritsonis Lectures at the University of Oxford, Oxford, England

In 2005, Dr. Kritsonis was an Invited Visiting Lecturer at the Oxford Round Table at Oriel College in the University of Oxford, Oxford, England. His lecture was entitled the Ways of Knowing Through the Realms of Meaning.

Dr. Kritsonis Recognized as Distinguished Alumnus

In 2004, Dr. William Allan Kritsonis was recognized as the Central Washington University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumnus for the College of Education and Professional Studies. Dr. Kritsonis was nominated by alumni, former students, friends, faculty, and staff. Final selection was made by the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Recipients are CWU graduates of 20 years or more and are recognized for achievement in their professional field and have made a positive contribution to society. For the second consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report placed Central Washington University among the top elite public institutions in the west. CWU was 12th on the list in the 2006 On-Line Education of “America’s Best Colleges.”

Educational Background

Dr. William Allan Kritsonis earned his BA in 1969 from Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington. In 1971, he earned his M.Ed. from Seattle Pacific University. In 1976, he earned his PhD from the University of Iowa. In 1981, he was a Visiting Scholar at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, and in 1987 was a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.

Doctor of Humane Letters

In June 2008, Dr. Kritsonis received the Doctor of Humane Letters, School of Graduate Studies from Southern Christian University. The ceremony was held at the Hilton Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Professional Experience

Dr. Kritsonis began his career as a teacher. He has served education as a principal, superintendent of schools, director of student teaching and field experiences, invited guest professor, author, consultant, editor-in-chief, and publisher. Dr. Kritsonis has earned tenure as a professor at the highest academic rank at two major universities.
Books – Articles – Lectures - Workshops

Dr. Kritsonis lectures and conducts seminars and workshops on a variety of topics. He is author of more than 600 articles in professional journals and several books. His popular book SCHOOL DISCIPLINE: The Art of Survival is scheduled for its fourth edition. He is the author of the textbook William Kritsonis, PhD on Schooling that is used by many professors at colleges and universities throughout the nation and abroad.
In 2008, Dr. Kritsonis coauthored the textbook A Statistical Journey: Taming of the Skew. The book has been adopted by professors in many colleges and universities throughout the nation. It was published by the Alexis/Austin Group, Murrieta, California.
In 2007, Dr. Kritsonis’ version of the book of Ways of Knowing Through the Realms of Meaning (858 pages) was published in the United States of America in cooperation with partial financial support of Visiting Lecturers, Oxford Round Table (2005). The book is the product of a collaborative twenty-four year effort started in 1978 with the late Dr. Philip H. Phenix. Dr. Kritsonis was in continuous communication with Dr. Phenix until his death in 2002.
In 2007, Dr. Kritsonis was the lead author of the textbook Practical A

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PhD Graduates, PhD Program in Educational Leadership, Prairie View A&M University/Member of the Texas A&M University System PhD Graduates, PhD Program in Educational Leadership, Prairie View A&M University/Member of the Texas A&M University System Document Transcript

  • Graduates in PhD Program in Educational Leadership, PVAMU – Total 32 Dissertation Total Dr. Mehta ----------- 1 Dissertation Dr. DeSpain -------- 2 Dissertations Dr. Herrington ----- 2 Dissertations Dr. Freeman -------- 3 Dissertations Dr. Hermond ------- 6 Dissertations Dr. Kritsonis ------ 18 Dissertations 32 Total Completers Cheantel Adams, PhD Principal Alief Independent School District Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Roselia Alaniz, PhD Vice President of Human Resources IDEA Public Schools Weslaco, Texas Graduated: December 2007 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Gary D. Bates, PhD Principal Royal Independent School District Graduated: May 2007 – Dr. DeSpain, Dissertation Chair Cynthia Lawry-Berkins, PhD Geology Instructor Blinn College Brenham, Texas Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Herrington, Dissertation Chair Robert Marcel Branch, PhD Principal Clear View Education Center Clear Creek Independent School District League City, Texas Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Donald Ray Brown, Jr., PhD Principal Alvin Independent School District Alvin, Texas Graduated: August 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Jennifer T. Butcher, PhD Assistant Principal Aldine Independent School District Houston, TX Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair
  • Michelle Cloud, PhD Principal Intern Houston Independent School District Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Rebecca Duong, PhD Principal-Hall Career Academy Aldine Independent School District Houston, Texas Graduated: August 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Sorie Gassama, PhD French Teacher Houston Independent School District Houston, Texas Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Janetta Gilliam, PhD Financial Aide Administrator Prairie View A&M University Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Teresa A. Hughes, PhD (First recipient of PhD degree) Assistant Professor Sam Houston State University Huntsville, Texas Graduated: December 2006 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Karen Dupre Jacobs, PhD Science Instructional Specialist Alief ISD Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Clarence Johnson, PhD Director of Safe and Secure Schools Aldine Independent School District Houston, Texas 77032 Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair James D. Laub, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Graduate Program Coordinator Educational Leadership University of Texas - Permian Basin Graduated: May 2007 – Dr. DeSpain, Dissertation Chair
  • Cheng-Chieh Lai, PhD Assistant Professor Hsiuping Institute of Technology Taichung, Taiwan Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Herrington, Dissertation Chair Alfreda Love, PhD Administrator Waco Independent School District Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Freeman, Dissertation Chair Nasrin Nazemzadeh, PhD Professor of Economics and Business Lone Star College- Tomball Tomball, Texas Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Grace Thomas Nickerson, PhD Associate Principal of Small Learning Communities Instruction Dekaney High School Spring Independent School District Spring, Texas Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Lautrice Nickson, PhD Assistant Professor Sam Houston State University Huntsville, Texas Graduated: May 2007 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Margaret Curette Patton, PhD Educational Consultant Director of Fundamentalogy! Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Arthur L. Petterway, PhD Principal Houston Independent School District Houston, Texas Graduated: May 2007 – Dr. Mehta, Dissertation Chair Gail C. Samuels-Parson Administrator Fort Bend ISD Graduated: December 2007 – Dr. Freeman, Dissertation Chair Eunetra Ellison-Simpson, PhD Response to Intervention Houston Academy Graduated: May 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair
  • Yolanda E. Smith, PhD EVA System Manager United Space Alliance Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas Graduated: May 2007 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Samuel Todd Stephens Superintendent of Schools Magnolia Independent School District Magnolia, Texas Graduated: August 2007 – Dr. Hermond, Dissertation Chair Rhodena Townsell, PhD Principal Madisonville Consolidated School District Madisonville, Texas – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Debra Denise Watkins, PhD Defended July 31st Teacher Brazos Independent School District Bellville, Texas Graduated December 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Monica G. Williams, PhD Vice President for Human Resources & Director of Resource Development Houston Works USA Houston, Texas Graduated: August 2009 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair Melody Ann Wilson, PhD Assistant Principal Aldine Independent School District Houston, Texas Graduated: May, 2008 – Dr. Freeman, Dissertation Chair Frances Craig Worthey, PhD Director of Student Life Texas State Technical College Waco, Texas Graduated: December 2008 – Dr. Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair