Dr. Trace Hebert, Director of Doctoral Program, Interim Managing Director of the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation, Associate Professor of Education


Contact Info:

Email: tshebert@lipscomb.edu

Office Location: Ezell 164b

Faculty Phone:  615.966.5325

Faculty Fax:  615.966.7628


 

Teaching Information:

Title: Director, Doctor of Education (Ed.D.); Interim Managing Director, Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation; Associate Professor of Education

Courses:  EG 7103 Leadership Theory and Practice; EG 7133 Organizational Theory and Practice; EG 7213 Qualitative Research Methods; EG 7243 Contemporary Issues in Education; EG 8013, 8023, 8033 Capstone Project

Start Date at Lipscomb: August 2010


Education/Certifications: 

  • B.S. in Sociology (Abilene Christian University)
  • M.A. in Education: Educational Leadership (University of Alabama Birmingham)
  • Ph.D. in Education: Educational Leadership (Oakland University)

Area of Expertise:

  • Educational Leadership/Higher Education Administration

Primary Research Interest:

  • Trends and Future of Higher Education


Professional Affiliations:

  • Association for the Study of Higher Education


Publications:

  • Hebert, T. (2012). Colleges and universities affiliated with churches of Christ: Enrollment trends and the future of spiritual formation. Journal of Faith and the Academy. Issue pending.
  • Hebert, T. (2011). The condition of institutions affiliated with churches of christ: The higher education mission and maintenance of a contract with religious constituency. Journal of Faith and the Academy. IV(2), 5-24.
  • Hebert, T. (2010). The future of leadership in our institutions of higher education. Journal of Faith and the Academy. III(2), 21-42.

Presentations:

  • June 2012: Christian Scholar’s Conference, Nashville, TN. “Colleges and universities affiliated with churches of Christ: Enrollment trends and the future of spiritual formation.”
  • Feb. 2012:  Family of God at Woodmont Hills, “Fully Nourished: Teaching Adult Learners.”
  • June 2011: Christian Scholar’s Conference, Malibu, CA. “The condition of institutions affiliated with churches of christ: The higher education mission and maintenance of a contract with religious constituency.”
  • June 2010: Christian Scholar’s Conference, Nashville, TN. Generative Leader of session entitled, “The Future of Christian Colleges and Universities”

Previous Experience:

  • 2008-2010: Academic Dean, Rochester College, Rochester Hills, MI
  • 2006-2008: Vice President of Academic Affairs, Specs Howard School of Media Arts, Southfield, MI
  • 1999-2006: Vice President, College of Extended Learning, Rochester College, Rochester Hills, MI
  • 1994-1999: Director of Birmingham Campus, Faulkner University, Birmingham, AL