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Terri Rowland, Ed.D.

2927 Cedarwood Drive, Durham, NC 27707

Phone: 919-672-4698 • E-mail: tyrowland@aol.com • eFax: 919-287-2688


SUMMARY • Thirteen years collegiate teaching and administrative experience in the areas of: Organizational Leadership and Learning, Public Administration, Political Science, Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management, Higher Education Administration, Faculty Development, Teacher Education Licensure, Cultural Diversity, and Adult Education, and Workforce Education & Development. • Director of Teacher Education Licensure and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Education (1999-2004); Adjunct Assistant Professor (full-time) of Political Science & Public Administration (NCCU, 1994-1999); Faculty Development Specialist – Center for Teaching & Learning at Saint Augustine’s College (1997-1999). • Undergraduate and graduate-level collegiate courses taught include [but are not limited to]:

Diversity in the Workplace; Instructional Strategies and Group Facilitation Techniques; Special Topics in Public Administration: Federal, State, and Local Government Structures; Personnel Administration; Principles of Public Management; Urban Affairs; World Societies; Organizational Leadership, Theory, and Behavior; Cultural Diversity; Multiculturalism and the Practice of Schooling; Finance and Budgeting; Educational Psychology; Organization and Education Management; Assessment of Learning; and Student Internship/Practicum.

• Continuing Education & Training Instructor, and Curriculum Developer for a workforce development and training program for adults. Educate adult students via online and face-to-face continuing education courses – including Medical Doctors, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Certified Medical Assistants, Estheticians, Cosmetologists, Manicurists, and Instructors.

• Approved Continuing Education Provider for the Nevada, North Carolina, Georgia and West Virginia State Boards of Cosmetology – Serving as a curriculum developer, facilitator, and educator for eLearning/online, correspondence, and face-to-face (in person) professional development courses.

• Member, City of Durham, NC Office of Workforce and Economic Development Small Business Advisory Committee.

• Member, N.C. Board of Cosmetic Arts Examiners Continuing Education Curriculum Committee. • Immediate Past Member, Board of Trustees, Durham Technical Community College (DTCC), Durham, NC, 2009-2013 Term (DTCC is a member of the State of North Carolina Community College System)


HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION & ADULT EDUCATION 1997 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina

• Specializations: Adult Education, Workforce Training & Development, Distance Education, Higher Education Administration, Organizational Behavior & Human Resources, Cultural Diversity


Department of Political Science, North Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina • Specializations: American Government, Society and Globalization, Human Resource Management, Community Affairs and Relations






Organizational Leadership and Learning Program

Department of Evaluation, Leadership, and Organizational Development College of Education and Human Development

University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

• Serve as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Organizational Leadership and Learning Program; as a facilitator of face-to-face and online classes.

• Primarily teach Adult students, in the teaching and learning exchange – via instruction, student participation incorporation, technology, and student assessment of educational and professional goals and objectives.

• Courses taught include Instructional Strategies and Group Facilitation Techniques (ELFH 316); and Diversity in the Workplace (ELFH 414).

• Serve on the Special Admissions Committee for the Organizational Leadership and Learning Program.

• Provide instruction relevant to the Hallmark Assessment Task (HAT), and Ideas2Action University-wide goals of – enhancement of student learning, as well as critical thinking.


THE SALON SPA TRAINING INSTITUTE™/WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING • Owner and sole-proprietor of a private continuing education company – with teaching emphasis in theoretical education and practical application within the medical esthetics and beauty industries. • Small business & spa consultant and trainer in the areas of: human resource development, recruitment and retention of employees, and organizational communication and operational effectiveness.

• Continuing Education (CE) Provider for the Nevada, North Carolina, Georgia, and West Virginia State Boards of Cosmetology respectively.

• Curriculum developer for face-to-face, eLearning/online, and correspondence courses for spa business owners, managers, medical personnel, lead professionals, cosmetologists, estheticians, and manicurists in the medical, salon, spa, and beauty industries.

• Created and published Institute website; and serve as the primary contact person for class participant inquiry and recruitment.

• Manage day-to-day operations, which include (but are not limited to): communications; marketing; enrollment management; registration/course tuition payment; recording of records and the reporting of course hours to the North Carolina, Georgia, Nevada, and West Virginia State Boards of




School of Education

North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC Instruction

• Visiting Assistant Professor serving undergraduate and graduate students in Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle Grades, Secondary, Education Administration, and Special Education disciplines respectively.

Graduate-level courses taught include:

• Organizational and Educational Management (EDAM 5320), Multiculturalism and the Practice

of Schooling (EDGR 5465), Educational Psychology (EDGR 5000)

Undergraduate-level courses taught include:

• Cultural Diversity (EDU 3130), Educational Psychology (EDU 3000), Assessment of Learning

(EDU 3170)

Distance Learning

• Academic advisor & Adjunct Assistant Professor for teacher education lateral entry students – in conjunction with the Distance Learning Division of the NCCU University College and the North Carolina Model Teacher Education Consortium.



• Recruited over 300 new students from rural counties across North Carolina to enroll in degree-seeking, licensure-only, and master’s-level programs.

Closing the Achievement Gap

• Co-Chairperson, NCCU Teacher Education Summit 2003: Opening Doors to Achievement and

Excellence. (Summit served as an academic conference for NCCU Teacher Education Alumni and

professional educators in North Carolina. Conference focus was dedicated to closing the achievement gap and targeting student achievement goals.)

• Arranged and moderated a student diversity panel which represented students from various racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. The student panel dialogue presently serves as a model for proposed monthly Teacher Education colloquia series.

Teacher Education Licensure

• Licensure officer for prospective teachers in elementary, middle grades, secondary, and special service personnel programs.

• Recruitment specialist for students pursuing traditional (1st degree) and non-traditional (2nd degree,

licensure-only, and lateral entry) teacher education programs.

• Praxis resource coordinator for students taking the Praxis I and Praxis II exams. Provided registration, testing, and supplemental resources for Pre-Education and Teacher Education Program-admitted students.


• Served as the School of Education liaison with the North Carolina Department of Public

Instruction in preparing annual report documentation for state and federal resources. Annual reports included the IHE Report Card, Title II Reporting, and Praxis verification.

• Data coordinator for AACTE/NCATE and Professional Education Data Systems annual Federal reporting.

• Assisted School of Education Deans with overall annual report documentation. 1994-1999 ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Department of Political Science/Public Administration Program North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC

• Served as an assistant professor for graduate and undergraduate-level students in the Public Administration Program, Master of Public Administration Program and the Political Science Department.

• Taught 3-4 courses per semester including undergraduate and graduate courses respectively. • Graduate-level comprehensive exam writer, examiner, and evaluator.

• Promoted the understanding of public and private sector relationships within the realm of public administration and other disciplines including: sociology, economics, urban affairs, and community development.

• Served as a thesis and research project advisor for graduate students.

• Participated with students in local government and community-based activities such as: Durham City Council meetings, and small business economic development workshops – in conjunction with Durham Technical Community College.

Graduate-level courses taught include:

• Principles of Public Management (PADG 5130)

•Finance and Budgeting (PADG 5140)

•Personnel Administration (PADG 5300)

•Administrative and Organizational Theory & Behavior (PADG 5500) •Internship in Public Administration Advisement (PADG 5820) •Public Administration Thesis Advisement (PADG 5900) Undergraduate-level courses taught include:

•Urban Affairs (PADM 3420)

•Introduction to Public Administration (PADM 2400) •Seminar in Public Administration:

Federal, State, and Local Government Structures (PADM 4240)



•Personnel Administration (PADM 3460)

•Special Topics in Public Administration/

Federal, State, and Local Government Relations (PADM 4620)

•World Societies (CFAS 1320)


North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC

• Worked with Alumni and friends of the University in the annual fundraising initiative for student scholarships and University academic program development.

• Co-coordinated Campus-wide fundraising campaign for the Tom Joyner Foundation/NCCU student scholarship drive.

• Served as planned giving administrator for University donors.

1997-1999 FACULTY & STAFF DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST Center for Teaching and Learning, Saint Augustine’s College, Raleigh, NC

• Facilitated workshops and seminars highlighting student and faculty issues in higher education including: peer collaboration and mentoring; teaching & learning styles; student portfolio development; issues and trends in tenure and promotion; small group instructional diagnosis; institutional advancement & fundraising.

• Designed and implemented the College-wide student evaluation of faculty instruction & staff services. Utilized the SCANTRON computer program for data analysis and reporting.

• Evaluated faculty instruction through classroom observation, qualitative analysis, and provided post-evaluation consultation.




• Served as the sole proprietor of an independent, full-service day spa with services including advanced esthetics, cosmetology/hair services, and manicuring/nail technology.

• Partnered with Durham Public Schools Student Workforce Training, and provided internships for local high school students.

• Provided guest lectures for students in Cosmetology School – regarding career development and small business ownership.

• Served as an apprenticeship trainer for licensed beauty professionals in the areas of esthetics and manicuring, as well as small business owners.

• Created and implemented marketing, public relations, and community affairs campaigns for spa visibility and clientele building.

• Provided training and development seminars for spa employees, including spa management, the skin and skincare services, and client consultation & safety.

• Maintained Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) handbook for spa safety and compliance measures.



EXPERIENCE McLeod Athletics Consulting, Newport News, Virginia

• Serve as an educational consultant for a sports management and law firm – which focuses on collaborating educational enhancement, athletics, and fundraising for primary and secondary students, grades 7-12, in the middle school and high school settings.

• Speaker at various meetings and workshops with K-12 school system superintendents, principals, administrators, athletics directors, coaches, athletics staff, and teachers – in regard to the social, educational outreach, and economic needs of student athletes, their families, and their schools. • Collaboratively work with Firm legal and athletics consultants, in regard to athletics company sponsorships for various school systems, and fundraising goals.


NCTEACH/University of North Carolina General Administration, Chapel Hill, NC

• Designed a diversity-resource training curriculum for university faculty, public school teachers, and human resource professionals from local education agencies.

• Facilitated a diversity training workshop for the NCTEACH executive curriculum committee. • Maintained ongoing consultations for NCTEACH faculty, students, university, and public school constituencies.




Department of Workforce Education, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA • Developed a Case Study Research and Evaluation Guide for the evaluation of a Statewide workforce education program for adults in Pennsylvania.

• Conducted field experience training with program facilitators and researchers. Field experience entailed evaluation and training of adults in technical, industrial, and outreach settings.

• Provided follow-up consultations for qualitative research and program evaluations. ADDITIONAL



Department of Adult & Community College Education, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR, HAND-IN-HAND MULTIGENERATIONAL

ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Funded by the U.S. Administration on Aging) (1994) Department of Public Administration, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC GRADUATE ASSISTANT, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM (1992-1993) North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC


U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development/NCCU Public Administration Program


WTVD News Channel 11 Television Station (ABC Affiliate), Durham, NC


American Association of Community Colleges

American Association of Community College Trustees American Association of University Women

National Association for the Education of Young Children

Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers


COMMITTEES Candidate Assessment Committee Commencement Committee Diversity Committee Graduate Council

NCATE/AACTE Data Support Committee

NCCU Early Orientation Program Academic Advisor School of Education Promotional Video Committee Students First Committee – Chairperson

Teacher Education Alumni Summit – Co-Chairperson Teacher Education Council

Teaching Fellows Regional Screening Interviewer Unit Assessment Committee


NCCU Alumni Magazine Steering Committee

NCCU Citizenship Committee for Voter Registration Drive NCCU Honor’s Day Program Committee

Social Demographic Strategic Planning Committee




PRESENTATIONS Learning Communities Annual Conference, May 1999, Raleigh, NC

Teaching and Learning Styles: Evaluating Students in the Classroom

Learning Communities Annual Conference, May 1999, Raleigh, NC

Peer Collaboration and Mentoring Among Faculty in Higher Education

American Counseling Association Annual Conference, March 22-26, 2002 New Orleans, LA

Mentoring Experiences for Counselor Education Graduate Students C. Sligh-Dewalt, W. Lawrence, C. Whitted, T. Rowland, and A. Ward


An Interdisciplinary Look at the 21st Century,

Morris Publishers, Kearney, Nebraska, 2000

Book Chapter: New Thinking and Learning Styles (pp. 103-120) Book Editors: J. Seymour and F. Jones

Chapter Authors: L. Weldon and T. Rowland

Book Review, Multicultural Perspectives Journal, Volume 2, Number 4, October 2000 Digging

Deep: Teaching Social Studies Through the Study of Archaeology (1997) Editors: Wolf, D.P., B Balick, D., and Craven, J. Publisher: Heileman, Portsmouth, NH

Saint Augustine’s College Gateway: The Magazine for Educational Excellence and Community Service for the 21st Century, Summer 1999,

Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 10-12

Institutional Advancement Initiatives of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Case Study Research and Evaluation Guide, Pennsylvania State University Department of Workforce Education and Development, May 1999 Follow-up Measures and Professional

Development: Components for a Comprehensive Benchmarking Study of Postsecondary Technical and Occupational Education in Pennsylvania


Faculty Moderator, North Carolina Central University Teacher Education Summit 2003: Opening

Doors to Achievement and Excellence

NCCU Student Panel Discussion – “Educators for Diverse Cultural Contexts: A Multicultural

Perspective,” February 2003

Faculty Moderator, North Carolina Central University Undergraduate Research Conference

Durham, NC, November 2001

Thesis Advisor for Public Administration Program/Department of Political Science students at North Carolina Central University, 1998-2000

Comprehensive examination writer and evaluator for the Master of Public Administration Program/Department of Political Science at North Carolina Central University, 1997-1999 SELECTED

WORKSHOPS October, 2002

FACILITATED Diversity Training in the Elementary Schools

C.H. Bynum Elementary School, Kinston, NC May 2002

Teacher Education Career & Academic Advisement Workshop

Wake County Public Schools Lateral Entry Conference, Raleigh, NC 2001-2002

Mid-Career Adults Entering the Teacher Education Profession



May 2000

“Establishing a Teaching Career in Music Education”

Intercollegiate Music Association Festival, NCCU, Durham, NC January 2000

NCTEACH Diversity Workshop & Training

UNC General Administration, Chapel Hill, NC

COMMUNITY • Volunteer & Board Member, The Blissful Sage Foundation, Inc., Placencia, Belize (2006 present) SERVICE • Member, City of Durham, NC Office of Workforce and Economic Development Small Business

Advisory Committee (2012 – present)

• Member, N.C. State Board of Cosmetic Arts Examiners Continuing Education Curriculum Committee (2011 – present)

• Immediate Past Member, Board of Trustees, Durham Technical Community College (DTCC), Durham, NC, 2009-2013 Term (DTCC is a member of the State of North Carolina Community College System)

• Chairperson, Services-to-Youth Committee/Eastway Elementary School Volunteer Liaison, Triangle Park Chapter of the Links, Incorporated, RTP, NC (1998-2004)

• Senior Career Day Motivational Speaker, Southern High School, Durham, NC (2002) • Selection Committee, “Class of 2003,” NC School of Science and Mathematics (2001) • Graduation Day Speaker, Pleasant Grove Elementary School, Burlington, NC (June 2000) • Board Member, John Avery Boys and Girls Club, Durham, NC (1998)

COMPUTER Proficient in various technology areas including: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, SKILLS Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Web Page Design


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