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Educational Psychology, Foundations and Leadership Studies
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David Schmid, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs

Dr. David “Schmiddy” Schmid is in his second year of full-time teaching after 17 years in residence life. He is excited to bring his experiences to the student affairs students and looks forward to the relationships that will be built. Research will continue to take on a greater role than ever before, in addition to a focus on effective teaching strategies, outstanding advising, and organizing many of the programs processes. In his spare time, Schmiddy enjoys playing games with friends, a trip to the Isle, listening to music, and reading. 

 

Courses Taught: 

College Student Development Theory
Administration of Student Affairs
Communication and Leadership in Higher Education
Research in Student Affairs
College Effects on Students
Organizational and Personal Foundations of Student Affairs

Internship

Teaching in College

Portfolio

Research Interests: 

Student development theory
Residence life
Student growth and the impacts college has on growth and development

Career development

Selected Publications: 

Schmid, D. (2014).  Lessons learned during 1/3 of UMR-ACUHO.  UMR-ACUHO Perspectives.  

Professional Affiliations: 

NASPA

Education: 

Ed.D. Educational Leadership: Postsecondary Education, 2011, University of Northern Iowa

M.S. Counseling and Student Personnel, 1998, Oklahoma State University

B.B.A. Human Resource Management, 1995, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater