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Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Steven J. Hite, 2009

Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Steven J. Hite, 2009

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STEVEN J. HITE
 
DEPTARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP & FOUNDATIONSBRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITYPROVO, UTAH(801) 422-3814 (work tel.)Email: Steve_Hite@byu.eduBYU URL:http://education.byu.edu/edlf/faculty/hite_steven.html 
EDUCATION
 1985
Doctor of Education
, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University,Cambridge, MA. Educational Program Measurement and Evaluation Emphasis.1982
Master of Science
, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.1980
Bachelor of Science
, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.
SCHOLARLY FOCUS
 I focus on the historical, theoretical and methodological bases of traditional and contemporary researchtheories and methodologies. My current efforts target the improvement of educational settings to impactthe quality, efficiency, effectiveness, and equality of educational opportunities for all individuals, familiesand communities – particularly those from traditionally disadvantaged conditions.
PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
 2003-present
Professor
, Education Research Theory & Methodology, Department of EducationalLeadership & Foundations (EdLF), Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.Teach master’s and doctoral level courses in quantitative and qualitative research theoryand methodology; program measurement and evaluation; global issues in education;elementary statistics; history and philosophy of scientific reasoning; survey development;information management systems; geographical information systems.2006-2007
Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair
, National College of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland.Project title:
 Mentoring faculty toward a sustainable culture of inquiry, assessment, and  scholarship
. Responsibilities include developing research capabilities among faculty byproviding multi-level instruction and mentoring in quantitative and qualitative researchtheories, methodologies, and methods.
 
2003-2006
Associate
, Brigham Young University Office of Planning & Assessment, Provo, UT.Responsibilities included university and academic unit-level strategic planning, chairing theUniversity Academic Unit Review Committee, coordinating on-campus and externalreviewers and review processes, and reporting unit and peer evaluations for all 59 BYUacademic departments plus additional interdisciplinary academic programs which spanmultiple departments. Served on the core team and Executive Committee for BYU’s 2006institutional re-accreditation through the Northwest Association of Schools and of Collegesand Universities (NWCCU).
 
1997-2003
Associate Professor
, Department of EdLF, Brigham Young University.1999
Visiting Research Fellow
, UNESCO/IIEP, Paris, France (Jan-June).1991-1997
Assistant Professor
, Department of EdLF, Brigham Young University.1990-1991
Instructor
, Mesa Institute, CES, Mesa, AZ.1985-1990
Instructor and Area Coordinator
, Cambridge Institute, CES, Boston, MA.1984-1990
Research Analyst
, Harvard Family Research Project, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
 2000-present
Uganda Ministry of Education & Sports, Department of Secondary Education
. Project
Geo-Spatial, critical resource and headteacher network influences on performance and  policy in Ugandan schools.
Capacity development, research and evaluation projects withthe Ugandan Commissioner of Secondary Education and staff focusing on data collection,statistical analysis, and policy development.2004-2005
GIS
, UNESCO/IIEP. Project
GIS school mapping in selected town and village schools in Hungary
. Creation of an ESRI ArcView Personal Geo-database and ArcReader interactivecomputer cartographical system for the exploration of geo-spatial, school and studentattributes of 39 town and village schools in the region of two counties in central Hungary.2004-2005
GIS
, UNESCO/IIEP. Project
GIS school mapping in Jamaica
. Revision of a traditionalmapping systems project into an ESRI ArcView Personal Geo-database and ArcReaderinteractive computer cartographical system for the exploration of geo-spatial, school andstudent attributes in the 45 schools in the region of Saint Thomas’ Parish.2002-2004
GIS & EMIS
, UNESCO/IIEP 3-year mission to the Nepalese National Department of Education. Project –
 Nepal: Improving decentralized management and district planningthrough strengthening EMIS and school mapping
. Funded through DANIDA (DanishAgency for Development Assistance).1999 (May)
UNESCO/IIEP Mission
, South African National Department of Educational QualityAssessment, Pretoria, South Africa. Project –
Southern and Eastern Africa Consortium for  Monitoring Educational Quality (SACMEQ) data update and process assistance.
PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITIONS AND AWARDS
 2006-present Member, Council of Consultant Fellows, UNESCO/International Institute of EducationalPlanning, Paris, France.http://www.iiep.unesco.org/en/aboutiiep/network-of-researchers/consultant-fellows.html]2006-2007 Fulbright Distinguished Chair, National College of Ireland (NCI), Dublin, Ireland.1993/94 Brigham Young University, College of Education, Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
 Comparative and International Education SocietyInternational Network for Social Network AnalysisAmerican Educational Research Association, Measurement and Research Methodology Division,International Studies SIG, Qualitative Research SIG, Professors of Educational Research SIGAmerican Association for Higher EducationPhi Kappa Phi Honor SocietyOmicron Nu Honor Society
 
 PROFESSIONAL BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS
 
Hite, S.J.
, & DeGrauwe, A. (in press).
Capacity development in educational planning and management for achieving EFA: Learning from successes and failures
. Paris, France: UNESCO/IIEP (UnitedNations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization/International Institute for EducationPlanning).
 
Jacob, W.J., Morisky, D.E., Nsubuga, Y.K., &
Hite, S.J.
(Eds.). (2006).
Youth and children overcoming AIDS: Lessons learned from Uganda
. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. ISBN: 1-59311-471-0
Hite, S.J.
(2001).
 Reviewing quantitative research to inform educational policy processes
(Vol. 69),Fundamentals of educational planning. Paris, France: UNESCO/IIEP (United NationsEducational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization/International Institute for Education Planning).ISBN: 92-803-1210-3. (Also available in French under the title:
 La reserche quantitative auservice des politiques éducatives: le rôle de l’analyse de la littérature.
ISBN: 92-803-2210-9.)
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
 
Hite, S.J.
, & Bray, M. (in press). International organizations in education: UNESCO’s InternationalInstitute for Educational Planning (IIEP). In McGaw, B., Peterson, P.L., & Baker, E. (Eds.),
The International Encyclopedia of Education
. 3
rd
ed. Oxford, Elsevier.
Hite, S.J.
(in press). School mapping and Geographical Information Systems. In Varghese, N.V. (Ed.),
 Directions in educational planning: International experiences and perspectives
. Paris:UNESCO/IIEP.Hallam, P.R., Hite, J.M.,
Hite, S.J.
, & Mugimu, C.B. (in press). The development and role of trust ineducational leadership: A comparative study of U.S. and Ugandan school administrators. InWiseman, A.W., & Silova, S. (Eds.),
 Educational Leadership: Global contexts and internationalcomparisons
. Brighton, UK: Emerald Publishing.Jacob, W.J., Morisky, D.E.,
Hite, S.J.
, & Nsubuga, Y.K. (2006). Evaluation of HIV/AIDS educationprogrammes in Uganda. In W.J. Jacob, D.E. Morisky, Y. K. Nsubuga, & S.J. Hite (Eds.),
Youthand children overcoming AIDS: Lessons learned from Uganda
. Greenwich, CT: Information agePublishing.Morisky, D.E., Jacob, W.J., Nsubuga, Y.K., &
Hite, S.J.
(2006). Introduction. In W.J. Jacob, D.E.Morisky, Y. K. Nsubuga, & S.J. Hite (Eds.),
Youth and children overcoming AIDS: Lessonslearned from Uganda
. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.Atchoarena, D., &
Hite, S.J.
(2001). Lifelong learning in low development contexts: An Africanperspective. In D. Aspin, J. Chapman, M. Hatton, & Y. Sowano (Eds.),
 International handbook of lifelong learning
(Vol. 1, pp. 201-228). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer AcademicPublishers.Randall, E.V., Cooper, B.S., &
Hite, S.J.
(1999). Chapter one: Understanding the politics of research ineducation. In E.V. Randall, & B.S. Cooper (Eds.),
 Accuracy or advocacy? The politics of educational research
. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.Muse, I.D.,
Hite, S.J.
, Smith, R., Matthews, J., & Britsch, C. (1993). Domain 7: Delegation. In S.D.Thompson (Ed.),
Principals for our changing schools: The knowledge and skill base
(pp. 7-1 to 7-24). Fairfax, VA: National Policy Board for Educational Administration.

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