Kimberly Nolan, EdD

EdD (Education and Policy Studies), University of Vermont
MEd (Educational Leadership), Johnson State College
MEd (Secondary Education), Mercy College

Kimberly NolanKimberly Nolan is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Graduate Education programs, including the Doctor of Education program. Dr. Nolan teaches doctoral courses such as “Introduction to Doctoral Studies,” “Student Engagement,” and “Research Methodology,” and she advises doctoral students through their dissertation. She also serves on the adjunct faculty of Lyndon State College in Vermont, and is the coordinator of academic services at the Community College of Vermont. Dr. Nolan has two manuscripts currently under review: “Online advising—What works?” in League for Innovation in the Community College and “Does suspension deter disruptive behavior?” in Principal Leadership.

Previously, Dr. Nolan was a teacher and teaching principal at LEARN (Lyndon Educational Alternative Resource Network); an assistant principal at Kennett High School in Conway, New Hampshire; the dean of students at St. Johnsbury School in Vermont; and a science teacher in the New York City Public Schools.

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