Patricia Mitchell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Leadership Studies
Dr. Patricia Mitchell has over three decades of experience
working with school districts, major corporations, industry,
religious organizations, training of teachers, designing curricula,
conducting leadership workshops, and designing instructional
materials. She has had extensive experience in all levels of public
education, ranging from preschool through doctoral level
Ph.D., Education, concentration: Educational Administration, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
M.S., Education, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
B.S., Elementary Education, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
Organizational development; leadership styles; management issues; women's issues; K-12 administration; K-12 teaching; language development; literacy.
- Leadership Theories
- Introduction to Organization & Leadership
- Leadership in Urban Contexts
- Ethical Organization
- Small Group Dynamics
- Writing for Publication in Organization & Leadership
- Women in Management
- Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
- Fundamentals of Management
Mitchell, P. (2013). Cracking the wall twenty years later:
Women in higher education leadership. Knoxville, TN: College
and University Professional Association for Human Resources
Mitchell, P. & Ramirez, S. (2013). Collaboration and
peak performance: A multidisciplinary perspective for emerging
leaders. Los Gatos: CA. Robertson Publishing.
Mitchell, P. & Parry, G. (2011). Ten stupid things women
do to mess up their careers. Los Gatos: Robertson
Mitchell, P. (Winter 2012). Women in academic leadership:
Tips for chairing. The Department Chair. Jossey-Bass.