William Allan Kritsonis, PhD


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Dr. Kritsonis Honored as Professor, Scholar & Pioneer Publisher

The Texas National Association for Multicultural Education honored Dr. William Allan Kritsonis as a Professor, Scholar, and Pioneer Publisher for Distinguished Service to Multicultural Research Publishing. The ceremony was on April 28th 2012 at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

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William Allan Kritsonis, PhD

  1. 1. 1 _______William Allan Kritsonis, PhD___________________ Prairie View A&M University, PhD Program in Educational Leadership, P.O. Box 519 ~ M.S. 2420, Delco 233,Prairie View, TX 77446 – (Office) 936-261-3530 (Fax) 936-261-3617 – 281-550-5700 – wakritsonis@pvamu.edu CURRICULUM VITA(2012)EDUCATION Ph.D. Educational Administration and Supervision, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 1976 M.A. Educational Administration and Curriculum, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington 1971 B.A. Social Sciences and General Education, CentralWashingtonUniversity, Ellensburg, Washington 1969LICENSES Iowa Credentials: Teacher, Life Elementary Principal and Supervisor, Life Superintendent, County and Local, Life Washington Credentials: Teacher, Life Elementary and Secondary Principal, Life Superintendent, County and Local, Life Louisiana Credentials: Teacher, Life Elementary and Secondary Principal, Superintendent NTE: Passed Educational Leadership: Administration Supervision, 1989WORK HISTORY PROFESSOR (Tenured), Prairie View A&M University/The Texas A&M University,2004 – Present (Successful Post-Tenure Review, 2010) PhD Courses:Fundamental Components of Strategic Thinking, Strategic Planning in Educational Leadership, Dynamics of Leadership, Organizational Development and Change, Philosophy of Leadership, School Law for Administrators, Internship, Superintendent/Principal/Higher Education, Educational Laws and Policies, Ethical Decision Making, Critical Issues in Educational Leadership, Human Resources Management, Grant Writing, Dissertation, Fundamentals of School Administration Master Courses:Theory, Practice, and Research, Public School Law, School Business Management, The School Principal, Administration of Special Programs, Special Topics in Educational Administration, Educational Administration Research, Counseling Research PROFESSOR (Tenured), McNeese State University, Professor, 1990-2004 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & DIRECTOR OF STUDENT TEACHING AND FIELD EXPERIENCES, Salisbury State College, 1980-81 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Central Washington University, 1978-1980 PROFESSOR, Webster University, 1987-1990 ACADEMIC DEAN, Louisiana Business College, 1986-1987 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Northwestern State University, 1984-1986 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge, 1981-1984
  2. 2. 2 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, Preston Community School District, Preston, IA, 1977-78 PRINCIPAL, Wilton Community School District, Wilton, Iowa, 1973-76 PRINCIPAL, Amana Community School District, Amana, Iowa, 1972-73 FELLOWSHIP, SPECIAL AREA RESEARCH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, The University of Iowa, College of Education, Iowa City, Iowa, 1972-73 TEACHER, Peninsula Public Schools, Gig Harbor, Washington, 1970-71 TEAHER, Renton Public Schools, Renton, Washington, 1969-71 STUDENT TEACHER, Seattle Public Schools, Washington, 1969MAJOR PUBLICATIONS DeMoulin, D.F., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2009). A statistical journey: Taming of the Skew. Murrieta, CA: Alexis/Austin Group. Kritsonis, W.A. (2007). Ways of knowing through the realms of meaning. Visiting Lecturers, Oriel College, Oxford Round Table, University of Oxford, UK Herrington, D.E., Kritsonis, W.A., Proctor, K.K., & Garza-Brown, G. (2007). Campus level grant writing: Leveraging teacher talent to access external funding. Journal of Border Educational Research, 6(1). Marshall, R.L., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2006). Equity and adequacy of funding schools. In Fenwick W. English (Ed.), Sage encyclopedia of educational leadership (pp. 349-352). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Marshall, R., & Kritsonis, W. (2005). Rural and small schools. In Fenwick W. English (Eds.), Sage Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, National FORUM Journals, Houston, Texas (Since 1982) National refereed, peer-reviewed journals. Over 5,200 professors published.AWARDS/HONORS/WORK-RELATED ACCOMPLISHMENTS PROFESSOR, SCHOLAR, AND PIONEER PUBLISHING, Honored by the Texas National Association for Multicultural Education, 11th Annual 2012 Conference, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Sam Houston State University, College of Education, Rising Stars Program. Mentoring program for tenure track professors, 2010-2011 GUEST SPEAKER, Lone Star Cy-Fair Community College, Cypress, Texas, 2011 GUEST SPEAKER, Frances Elementary School, Aldine ISD; Brookline Elementary School, HISD, 2010-1, and others William H. Parker Leadership Academy Hall of Honor Award, 2008Prairie View A&M University/The Texas A&M University System Since 2006, chaired 22 doctoral dissertations, PVAMU/The Texas A&M University System Visiting Lecturer, Oxford Round Table, 2005, Oriel College, University of Oxford, UK Oxford, England Since 2004, mentored numerous PhD students to publish articles in refereed journals Distinguished Alumnus Award, 2004, Central Washington University, College of Education and Professional Studies, Ellensburg, Washington