Western Kentucky University's Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, & Research prepares aspiring leaders for high-impact careers in K12, higher education, and other organizational settings.
Dr. Archer earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Research Methodology from Louisiana State University in 2017, where he was recognized as Educational Researcher of the Year. He is a former mathematics teacher and school technology coordinator, having served at Media Technology and Social Research Academy, a Washington. D. C. charter school, and at Haverford School, an all-boys college preparatory academy in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Archer’s research interests focus on mathematics education. He is skilled in both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
“I am not only thankful for the opportunity to join the department but also for the privilege of joining the WKU family,” Dr. Archer said. “I look forward to building strong working relationships within the EALR department that has a faculty with a dynamic and diverse research agenda.”
“We were honored by this recognition,” said Adult Education program coordinator Dr. Jim Berger. “Our students and program faculty have worked hard to make Adult Education at WKU high value at low cost.”
WKU’s Adult Education program serves students from a wide variety of fields, including business and industry, the military, community education, and other education-related careers. The fully online program, which can be completed in about one and a half years, offers specialization tracks in general adult education, higher education, community and technical college education, and training and development.
To learn more about the Adult Education Master’s degree at WKU, visit the program website or email Dr. Berger at email@example.com.