What is the future of education? Explore how colleges and universities will ensure access to high-quality learning experiences now and into the future.
Baimba Yilla, a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State, shares how Marymount University’s Online Ed.D. Program applies to his current career, what motivated him to enroll, why he values leadership and more in this interview.
Earning an Ed.D. can be applicable to a variety of industries, not just education. One of Marymount University's students, Samantha Koury, is earning an Ed.D. to contribute to the field of trauma-informed care in social work.
FAQs to help you make a decision about an online Ed.D. program. The answers to seven Ed.D. FAQs will reveal how an Ed.D. prepares working professionals for leadership roles, the specific competencies included in Ed.D. coursework and more.
Researchers found that emotionally unsafe academic environments lead to stress, poor attendance and lower academic performance in students’ engagement. Conversely, emotionally safe schools are linked to good identity development, positive learning experiences and a greater sense of worth in students.
We quizzed the founder of Marymount University’s Write Up! Institute about the purpose and aspirations of creating such a resource for Marymount University Ed.D. students.
Whether in schools, consulting firms, or education administrator roles, leaders in the field of education create positive change. Here are some of the educational leadership career paths available to aspiring education leaders today.
Education leaders are continually finding new ways to integrate technology into physical classrooms for improved student learning outcomes and to better prepare students to enter a high-technology world.
As organizations in both the public and private sectors try to make decisions about everything from remote work policies to addressing social justice issues as a company, strong organizational leadership can make all the difference.
Marymount University professors are constantly learning and contributing to their respective fields. Online Ed.D. Professor Dr. Ana Lado conducted research in Panama, exploring distinctive characteristics of English Language Learners (ELLs) as it relates to the tellability and readability of picture books.