Dean for Student Learning
Todd Lundberg started his career in higher education as a student, working first as an undergraduate assistant in the new student orientation program at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire in 1985 and then a graduate Teaching Assistant at Washington State University in 1990. His interests in learning and teaching in higher education led him to a M.A. in English at University of Wisconsin—Madison and a PhD in English from Washington State University. He is currently completing a second PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. He was a Founding Faculty member at Cascadia College, a writing program administrator at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee, the Director of the Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum at Cleveland State University, and Program Coordinator at Growing Power, a community-based environmental education program. As an educational researcher, he worked on a number of projects in the Wisconsin Center for Education Research including the Minority-Serving Institutions Models of Success Study, the World Class Instructional Design and Assessment Consortium, and the Manufactory Engineering Technologist and Technician Education Project. His responsibilities at Cascadia will focus on transfer programs.
To contact Todd Lundberg visit the Faculty and Staff Directory