Silvia Ramirez

Silvia Ramirez

Adjunct Faculty, Leadership Studies

Biography

Dr. Ramirez is a native of San Francisco. As a Stanford, UC Santa Cruz and USF alum, she continues to volunteer in her community; works as K-5 educator and teacher trainer. She currently resides in Sonoma County with her family. Her on-going research includes Reflections on Administrative Lessons in Education, with her mentor, Dr. Patricia Mitchell. She has published several articles, co-authored and co-edited two books with Dr. Patricia Mitchell. She has also presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education.

Research Areas

  • Reflections on Administrative Lessons in Education

Selected Publications

  • 2017,   Small Group Dynamics, 2014, 2015, 2017
                Writing for Publication Summer 2017
                Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.Spring 2017
                Master of Arts Thesis Writing Course, Spring 2017
                Negotiation Lingo (submitted for publication 2017)

    2017, Merit Award Service, Spring 2017

    2016, Lessons in Leadership: Tips for an Emerging P-20 Leader in the 21st Century, editors Patricia Mitchell and Silvia Ramirez

    2016, Quoted in Listening to the Voices: Multi-Ethnic Women in Education, Compiled and Edited by Betty Taylor

    2016, Educational Leadership, Fall Semester 2016

    2015, Recognition for valuable contributions to the USF SOE Doctoral Programs

    (2016) Recognition for valuable contributions to the USF SOE Doctoral Programs

    Mitchell, P. & Ramirez, S. (2016) Lessons in Leadership: Tips for an Emerging P-20 Leader in the 21st Century

    (2016) Quoted in Listening to the Voices:  Multi-Ethnic Women in Education, Compiled and Edited by Betty Taylor

    (2016) Teaching Educational Leadership, Fall Semester

    Mitchell, P. & Ramirez, S. (in press). Lessons learned: Tips for new administrators

    Mitchell, Patricia & Ramirez, S. (2011). Transformational leadership K-12 and higher education

    Mitchell, P. & Ramirez, S. (2011). Emotional intelligence: Achieving leadership success

    Ramirez, S., et.al., (2013). Student perceptions of fractions. Sonoma County Office of Education, I-book

    Mitchell, P. & Ramirez, S. (Eds.). (2011). Collaboration and peak performance. Robertson Press

    Ramirez, S. (2010, September). Educational report summary: Ready to succeed in the classroom. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, 1(4) 119-120

    Mitchell, P & Ramirez, S. (2011). Women in higher education. College and University Professional Association for Human Resources

    Ramirez, S. (2010, March). Feedback model makes changes in education. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, 1(2) 10-31

    Ramirez, S. (2010). How shall we teach English to non-English-speaking children: A case study of Dennis Parker’s strategic schooling model. Edwin Mellon Press