Dr. Nicole WaltersDean of Associate of Applied Science Program and Associate Professor
School of Education
Areas of Expertise
Equity& Accountability, Urban Education (Including Special Ed, Early Childhood, Teacher and Administrator Training/Development), Minority Females in Higher Education Leadership, School Choice, P-20 Education Pipeline, Parent Issues
Doctor of Education - Educational Administration - Texas Southern University (2007)
Master of Education - Educational Administration - Texas Southern University (2000)
Is Moral Education for Emerging School Leaders a Cultural Imperative (2014)
A Study of The Influence of Selected Demographic Variables on The Perceptions of Teachers Regarding Success of Students in Kindergarten
"Generation Next: Young Donors Inspiring a New Generation of Philanthropists" (2014) Council for Corporate Responsibility This summit presentation discussed the focus on Texas business efforts to promote corporate citizenship. I discussed best practices to embed social justice within corporate and non profit civic philanthropic responsibility.
"Inspiring a Culture of Leadership in African American Youth" (2014) Youth Summt/National Council on Educating Black Children National convention which brought together organizations to discuss how to support and empower youth who are disenfranchised in urban school settings. I provided a toolkit for parents, teachers, leaders and students to engage in discourse and chart a course of action for student's success.
"Inspiring a Culture of Leadership in African American Youth" (2014) 4th Annual Black Leadership Forum in partnership with the National Black MBA Association A leadership forum with a moderated panel discussion where I served as an expert on educational leadership.
This fall, University of St. Thomas Houston will award a $500 scholarship to undergraduate students – new, existing or transfer. The $500 award will be applied to fall tuition.
We’ll be in touch soon with more information about your program of interest at the University of St. Thomas.