Dr. Lynne M. Celli has a career in education spanning pre-K through higher education, for more than 36 years, in a variety of leadership roles. Her research interests connect to high quality teaching strategies, student learning styles, and the evolving professoriate. Dr. Celli has authored, co-authored, and contributed to many publications and articles. Dr. Celli has presented and facilitated at international, national, state, and regional conferences and serves on boards for peer-reviewed publications.
Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum, Instruction, Administration
Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction, Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Education
Awards and Accomplishments
Top Female Executives - 2016
National Association of Professional Women - 2013
Young, N., Celli, L. (eds.), (2017). The power of the professoriate: Demands, challenges, and opportunities in 21st century higher education. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.
Celli, L., Young, N, (2017). The Evolving Professoriate: Is it Business of Teaching? International Journal of Business and Management Studies. 06(01): 149-154.
Celli, L., Young, N. (2017). Critical Factors that Impact College Success. Humanities and Social Sciences Review. 06 (01): 319-325.
Educational Leadership in Higher Education Program (Ed.D.)
Educational Leadership in PreK-12 Program (Ed.D.)