L. Lee Knefelkamp, professor of psychology and education, Teachers College, Columbia University, teaches in the programs of social–organizational psychology and higher education, and she has also held administrative posts as program coordinator and department chair. She also directed the student development graduate program at the University of Maryland, served as dean of the school of education at American University, and as academic dean of the faculty at Macalester College.
For thirty years, she has researched and written about student intellectual, ethical, identity and intercultural development; curriculum transformation; issues of race, ethnicity, and gender; campus climate assessment; and the psychology of organizational change and resistance to change.
She is a senior fellow with AAC&U and has been a national panel member for the American Commitments and Greater Expectations initiatives.
Welcome Remarks from Assistant Provost Dr. Jane Neapolitan and Keynote Speaker Dr. L. Lee Knefelkamp.