Jay Caulfield

Jay Caulfield, Ph.D.

jay.caulfield@marquette.edu

As associate dean, Dr. Caulfield has led the curriculum design of the college's hybrid graduate degree in leadership studies. She routinely teaches courses in leadership theory, organizational behavior and research methods. She serves on numerous university and college committees and boards including the Marquette Board of Graduate Studies, the Institutional Review Board, and the Committee on Teaching.

Dr. Caulfield recently authored a book on hybrid (blended) learning, published by Stylus Publishing, LLC. She is currently working on a longitudinal study in transformational leadership and authoring a second book on transformational coaching. Prior to becoming a full-time academic, Dr. Caulfield worked as a health care executive for over 17 years.

Education

  • Marquette University
    • Ph.D., Educational Psychology
    • M.B.A.
  • Alverno College, B. S. Nursing

Professional Experience

  • Associate Dean - Graduate Program, Marquette University College of Professional Studies (5 years)
  • Director - Graduate Programs, Marquette University (4 years)
  • Course Design Consultant, University of Wisconsin (3 years)
  • Vice President, Aurora Healthcare (5 years)
  • President and CEO, Horizon Homecare & Hospice (7 years)
  • Administrator, Outreach Home Health (5 years)

 

Research Interests

  • Leadership
  • Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
  • Blended Learning (hybrid)

Professional/Community Affiliations

  • Marquette University Board of Graduate Studies, Marquette University Institutional Review Board and University Committee on Teaching
  • International Leadership Association
  • International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • American Association of Higher Education (2003-2004)
  • Wisconsin Association of Women in Higher Education and Leadership (2003-2004)
  • Past chair of the Board for Wisconsin Homecare Association

Publications

  • Caulfield, J. (work-in-progress). Transformational leadership: A longitudinal study of curricular and cultural effects on presence and sustainability.
  • Healey, R., Bass, T., Caulfield, J., Hoffman, A., McGinn, M., Miller-Young, J. & Haigh, M. (Sept., 2013). The will to do what is right: Practicing the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in an ethical manner. Teaching and Learning Inquiry.
  • Caulfield, J. & Woods, T. (2013). Experiential learning: Exploring its long-term impact on socially responsible behavior 12(3).  Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (JoSoTL). Retrieved from http://josotl.indiana.edu/issue
  • Caulfield, J. (2012). Why does leadership exist? Journal of Leadership Education 11(3). Retrieved from http://www.leadershipeducators.org/JOLE
  • Caulfield, J. (2011). How to design and teach a hybrid course: Achieving student-centered learning through blended classroom, online and experiential activities. Sterling, VA: Stylus.
  • Caulfield, J. (2010).  Applying Graduate Student Perceptions of Task Engagement to Enhance Learning Conditions. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 3(1), 1 – 19.
  • Caulfield, J. (2007). What motivates students to provide feedback to teachers about teaching and    learning? An expectancy theory perspective. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 1(1), 1-19. Retrieved February 15, 2007, from                
  • Kaleta, R., Aycock, A. & Caulfield, J. (2004, August). Preparing Faculty to Teach Hybrid Courses: A Faculty Development Model. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. Madison, WI, USA.
  • Caulfield, J. (2001). Examining the effectiveness of teaching methods for practicing clinicians.  (Doctoral dissertation, Marquette University, 2001; UMI No. 3032934).

Professional Service & Awards

  • Golden Roses Recipient, Marquette University (2014).
  • The Leadership Quarterly, Reviewer (2013).
  • Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Reviewer (2012-2013).
  • Outstanding service award for teaching, service and research, College of Professional Studies, Marquette University (Spring, 2011).
  • International Association for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, Annual Meeting Planning Committee (2010-2011).
  • International Association for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Reviewer (2009-2013).
  • International Leadership Association (ILA) Scholarship Engagement Committee (2009).
  • Professional Advisory Board, College of Nursing, Milwaukee School of Engineering (2001-2002).
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Employee Guide Task Force (2003).
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Employee Growth & Development Task Force (2003, 2004).
  • Board of Directors, Wisconsin Homecare Organization (1990-1997).
  • Chairwoman, Board of Directors, Wisconsin Homecare Organization (1996, 1997).
  • Leadership Award, Wisconsin Homecare Association (1997).
  • Service Award, Wisconsin Homecare Association (1998).

Presentations

  • Blended Learning Faculty Workshop (June 18 – 20, 2013). University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados.
  • Teacher as Leader (June 17, 2013). Keynote address for Teaching and Technology Summer Institute, University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados.
  • Blended Learning Faculty Workshop (March 15, 2013). California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA.
  • Blended Learning Faculty Workshop (November 16, 2012). California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA.
  • Blended Learning Faculty Workshop (August 16, 2012). Dillard University, New Orleans.
  • What Students Say about Hybrid (October, 2011). Research findings presented at 8th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Experiential Learning and Its Impact on Social Change (October, 2011). Research findings presented at 8th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Hybrid Teaching and Learning. (March, 2011). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Achieving Student Learning Outcomes. (October, 2010). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Teaching & Learning with the End in Mind: Using Student Learning Objectives to Achieve Student Learning Outcomes. (October, 2009). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Graduate Student Perceptions of Engagement. (October, 2008).  Research findings presented at 5th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Edmonton, Canada.
  • Developing Student Learning Objectives. (September, 2008). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Teaching & Learning with the End in Mind: Using Student Learning Objectives to Achieve Student Learning Outcomes. (March, 2008). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Hybrid Workshop. (March, 2008). Workshop presentation at Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching: Learning by Design Hosted by CalPoly at the Kellogg Conference Center, Pomona, California.
  • Hybrid Workshop. (February, 2008). Workshop presentation for Preparing Future Faculty at Marquette University, Milwaukee.
  • Why should I tell you how you teach? An expectancy theory perspective.  (November, 2006) Research findings presented at 3rd annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Washington D.C.
  • Introduction to Hybrid. (March, 2006) Keynote speaker for the Hybrid Course Pilot Project Conference hosted by Oswego State University of New York in Oswego, New York.
  • Hybrid Faculty Development Program. (February/March 2006) Program designed for faculty in the College of Professional Studies at Marquette University; Milwaukee, WI. Four face-to-face workshops and four online workshops focused on the pedagogy of teaching in a hybrid format.
  • Multiple Intelligences and the Innovative Use of  Technology. (October, 2005). Co-presented with Jude Rathburn, Ph.D. & Carolyn Kelly Ottman, Ph.D. at the 2nd annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Teamwork. (September, 2005). Guest presenter to Marquette University, College of Engineering regarding how to work effectively in small groups.
  • Multiple Intelligences and the Innovative Use of D2L. (August, 2005). Co-presented with Jude Rathburn, Ph.D. & Carolyn Kelly Ottman, Ph.D. at the Annual D2L Users Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Student Learning in Distance Education. (May, 2005). Co-presented with  Simone Conceição, Ph.D. Video broadcast  throughout the Wisconsin University System.
  • Learning Styles & the Adult Learning Process. (March 7, 2005). Presentation given for the “Preparing Future Faculty” conference hosted at Marquette University in conjunction with the Center for Instructional and Professional Development, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
  • Getting Faculty Ready for Hybrid Teaching. (October, 2004) Co-presented with Bob Kaleta, Ph.D. & Alan Aycock, Ph.D.at the 2004 annual Educause conference in Denver, Colorado.
  • Teamwork. (September, 2004). Guest presenter to Marquette University, College of Engineering on how to work effectively in small groups.
  • Preparing Faculty to Teach Hybrid Courses: A Faculty Development Model. (August, 2004) Co-presented with Bob Kaleta, Ph.D. & Alan Aycock, Ph.D.at the 20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning in Madison in August
  • Lake County Colleges Hybrid Faculty Development, (June- July; 2004). Lead presenter for four half day sessions, faculty development program on blended/hybrid learning for Lake County College, IL.
  • Hybrid Courses: Lessons Learned from Three Institutions, (June, 2004). Panel presenter for NMC Annual Summer Conference hosted by University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • Teaching Your Online Class, (2004). One day presentation with colleague on the pedagogy of online teaching and learning for Minnesota State Colleges & Universities, Minneapolis.
  • Westminster College Hybrid Course Faculty Development Program, (2004). Lead presenter for two day workshop on the pedagogy of hybrid teaching and learning for Westminster College, Salt Lake City.
  • From Novice to Expert: The Role of Feedback in Professional Development, (2004). Presented at Annual Therapy Symposium Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Teaching & Learning with the End in Mind: Achieving Learning Outcomes, (2004). Presentation given for the “Preparing Future Faculty” conference hosted at Marquette University in conjunction with the Center for Instructional and Professional Development, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
  • Creating a Syllabus for Learning, (2004). Workshop presentation for the Center for Instructional and Professional Development, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

Please request a copy of Dr. Jay Caulfield's vitae for all her presentations prior to 2004.

 

 

 


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