Geneva College

 

 

Dr. Lutitia A. Clipper

Lutitia ClipperOffice Phone: 412-244-2583
Cell Phone: 412-721-4743
Fax: 888-806-6349
Dr.Lutitia.A.Clipper@alumni.pitt.edu
lutitia.a.clipper@peoples-gas.com

Disciplines/Field of Instruction

  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Research Methods

Degrees Received

  • Ph.D., 2008, Higher Education Administrative and Policy Studies, Social and Comparative Analysis in Education, University of Pittsburgh
  • M.S., 2000, Organizational Leadership, Geneva College
  • B.S., 1975, Engineering, Geneva College

Courses Taught

  • MOL 550 - Professional Development
  • MOL 510 - Leadership and Communication
  • MOL 520 - Research Methods

Presentations/Publications

  • “The Role of English Language Learning in the Refugee Adjustment Process: A Theoretical Perspective.” Annual Meeting of the Council of Graduate Students in Education Research (CGSE) Conference, 2007, University of Pittsburgh.
  • “Education as Facilitating Pathways in the Social, Political and Economic Influences of Sudanese Refugee Adjustment in Southwestern Pennsylvania.” 54th Annual Comparative and International Education Society Conference (CIES), Chicago, IL. 2010.
  • Post, D., Clipper, L., Enkhbaatar, D., Manning, A., Riley, T., & Zaman, H. (2004). World Bank okays public interest in higher education. Higher Education 48: 213-229. 

Current Projects

  • Duquesne Educational Leadership Student Symposium (DELSS), entitled, “Fostering Dialogue on Social Justice Discourse in Educational Leadership Settings: Doctoral Students’ Research and Praxis” – Discussant
  • Reviewer for the Comparative Education Review Journal
  • Geneva College Engineering Advisory Board

 

Point of Excellence

Washington Monthly ranks Geneva among the nation’s top ten “Best-Bang-for-the-Buck” baccalaureate colleges for providing students the highest chance of graduating with an affordable degree that has marketplace value.

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Upcoming Events
PUBLICATIONS
September issue of @Geneva
Read about the professors who received the Excellency in Teaching and Excellency in Scholarship awards.
COMMUNITY
Geneva to participate in Disability Mentoring Day
High school students will come to campus for hands-on programs and job shadowing opportunities.
FACULTY
Professor Richard Talbert joins Communication Department
The new member of Geneva's faculty shares his expertise in integrated media.
ARTS & CULTURE
The Geneva Reading Series continues in 2014
Literary talents will be showcased in McCartney Library on the evening of October 8.
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.