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Dr. Arthur J Borgemenke

Associate Professor and Interim Department Head

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #125

Phone: 903-886-5179



Current Research Themes: Non-Traditional Doctoral Degree Program Efficacy Bibliometric Evaluation of the Educational Administration Instructional Knowledge Base

2001- Post-Doctoral Fellow

2002- University of Texas at El Paso

Assisted Vice-President for Alternative Academic Service Delivery in research studies of departmental online course delivery and alternate service delivery models for the Department of Educational Leadership

Assisted Director of Educational Leadership Program in analysis, compilation and administration of Doctoral Cohort Qualifying Examination

Developed and administered research surveys for the Director of the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program, Department of Educational Leadership regarding Doctoral Cohort satisfaction

Conducted research in the Texas Education Agency Region 19 Educational Service Center area regarding need for advanced Borgemenke 8 administration degree with an emphasis on special needs populations

Assisted Principal Investigator in quantitative data coding and analysis using SPSS and Microsoft Excel

2001- University of Texas at El Paso

Graduate Research Assistant Participated in and assisted in the design and implementation of Educational Leadership exchange program between the University of Texas at El Paso and University of Lincoln, Lincoln England.

1996-Graduate Research Assistant Texas Tech University

Assisted National Director of Deafblind Census with survey development, data collection and analysis using Microsoft Excel

Researched, developed and implemented award winning fieldbased transitional literacy curriculum for special needs students

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