Andrade, Maureen
Professor - Organizational Leadership
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Maureen Snow Andrade is a professor in the Department of Organizational Leadership at UVU. She has a BA in English from BYU, a graduate certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from BYU, an MA in English from the University of Utah, and an EdD in higher education leadership from the University of Southern California. She was awarded the distinction of Principal Fellow from the Higher Education Academy in the UK for her leadership in and commitment to teaching and learning, evidenced by a consistent record of impact at institutional and (inter)national levels. Dr. Andrade was Associate Vice President for Academic Programs at UVU for five years, responsible for flexible learning, assessment, program review, faculty development, curriculum, general education, degree completion, academic advising, and graduate studies. Prior to that, she was Associate Dean in UVU’s University College for four years with responsibility for curriculum, learning assistance programs, and faculty development. Dr. Andrade also taught graduate courses in leadership and program evaluation and chaired thesis committees in the School of Education at UVU where she won the Graduate Faculty Mentor award. She is a former director of the English as an International Language program and chair of the Department of English Language Teaching and Learning at BYU Hawaii. Dr. Andrade’s publications and edited volumes include Developing Academic Literacy Skills (2014, Kendal Hunt), Principles and Practices for Teacher Response in Second Language Writing: Developing Self-Regulated Learners (2013, Routledge), International Students: Strengthening a Critical Resource (2009, ACE/Rowman Littlefield), and TESOL Classroom Practice Series: Language Games (2009, TESOL, Inc.,) as well as special journal issues, including Issues in Distance Education, New Directions For Higher Education (2016, Wiley), and Self-Regulated and Technology-Enhanced Learning, European Educational Research Journal, (2015, Sage). She also has extensive journal publications and book chapters. She served as the editor of the TESL Reporter and a member of the TESOL Book Publications Committee for a number of years, and currently serves on the TESOL Journal editorial board and as associate editor for Higher Education Pedagogies. Her professional interests include leadership, cultural and linguistic issues, assessment, distance learning, curriculum development, learner self-regulation, student transitions, higher education access and success, and cross-cultural transitions. She is regular presenter at national and international conferences on these topics.