Kenneth W. Borland
HESA Faculty since 2011
D.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University , Adult and Higher Education
M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary , Education and Religion
B.S., Toccoa Falls College , Theology
Executive and Strategic Leadership, Planning, Change, Governance, and Student Success
Teaching at BGSU
Assessment of Educational Environments
Educational Outcomes of American Colleges and Universities
Organization and Governance in Higher Education
Administration in Higher Education
Foundations of Higher Education
Organizational Leadership, Management, and Administration in Student Affairs
Howard, R., Watt, C., & Kennedy-Phillips, L., Eds. [Editor Board]. (2010). Qualitative & quantitative research: A mixed methods approach in higher education. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.
Erickson, J., Howard, R., Borland, K., & Baker, L. (2004). Full-time leaders/part-time learners: Doctoral programs for administrators with multiple priorities. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Pub.
Howard, R. & Borland, K., Eds. (2001). Balancing qualitative and quantitative information for effective decision support. New Directions in Institutional Research. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishing.
Naugle, D. K. & Associates. (1995). Knowledge, world views, and education: A guidebook for professional, personal, and academic assessment. Dallas: Dallas Baptist University.
Borland, K. (forthcoming, 2022). College Presidents are Expected to Be …. , in Q. Martin & M. Cooney, The Evolving College Presidency: Emerging Trends, Issues, and Challenges. Hershey, PA. IGL Global.
Borland, K. (2021). Second Founding Presidents, in M. Miller & G. Gearhart, Handbook of Research on the Changing Role of College and University Leadership (pp. 313-321). Hershey, PA. IGL Global.
Borland, K. (2019). Administrative Response to Activism, in M. Miller & D. Tolliver (Eds.), Exploring the Technological, Societal, and Institutional Dimensions of College Student Activism (pp. 16-28). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Borland, K. (2013). The Student Success Movement: A Past to Project Its Future in G. McLaughlin et. al., Building Bridges for Student Success: A Sourcebook for Colleges and Universities. Stillwater OK: Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange, University of Oklahoma.
Howard, R. & Borland, K. (2010). The role of mixed method approaches in institutional research. In Howard, R., Watt, C., & Kennedy-Phillips, L., Eds. Qualitative & quantitative research: A mixed methods approach in higher education (pp.304-307). Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2018). The next generation of community college presidents: Who they are, how they prepare, and how they lead; results from a national study. Journal of Research on the College President, 2 (Fall) (14-29).
Borland, K. (2017). Grounded practical theory to improve persistence-retention strategic enrollment management. Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education: 2:1 (December) (1-19), Article 4. https://ecommons.udayton.edu/jraphe/vol2/iss1/4.
Borland, K. (2017). Leading to individual and organizational resilience with “Grief,” “Stress,” and “Faith” stakeholders: The Humane Crisis Planning and Management Model. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 25:3 (September) (188–193).
Borland, K. (2017). Alive, survive, strive, thrive: A grounded conceptual sustainability taxonomy. Journal of Sustainability Education, 12 (February).
Borland, K. (2016). The 1st 100 day persistence-retention plan, critical for student and institution success. Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education, 1 (11-16).
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2016). Student unrest: From historic infamy to humane inclusivity. Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education, 1 (1-5).
Borland, K. (2016). “The Problem of College Readiness.” Journal of College Student Development, 57(8), 1044-46.
Borland, K., Duberstein, A., Miller, M., Gilgour, J., & Warren, M. (2015). From Remediation to Graduation: Directions for Research and Policy Practice in Developmental Education in P. Munsch (Ed.) The Importance of Developmental Education in Preserving Access and Opportunity to All Students. DC: ACPA.
Borland, K. (2021). Conceptualizing Strategic Enrollment Management: From “The Iron Triangle” to “The Iron Pyramid. Conference on Academic Research in Education. Las Vegas.
Borland, K. (2020). The Blurred Line between Campus Governance and Activism. Conference on Academic Research in Education. Las Vegas.
Borland, K. (2020). Ties that Bind Character and Sustainability Education. Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu.
Borland, K. (2020). Tipping the Balance Toward Thriving with Better Consultant Networking. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Borland, K. & McLaughlin, C. (2019). Meta-Conceptual Leadership Mapping Improves Teaching, Applying, & Researching Leadership in Education. Conf. on Academic Research in Ed. Las Vegas.
McLaughlin, C. & Borland, K. (2019). A Journey Through and to Leadership. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH
Hoag, B. & Borland, K. (2019). Opposites or Perfect Partners: Student Affairs and Academic Libraries in Collaboration. NASPA Annual Conference. Los Angeles.
Borland, K. (2018). "How College Affects Students" and What Students Think of It. Conference on Academic Research in Education. Las Vegas.
Borland, K. (2018). Soft Oppression of Students (and Their Resilience) via Neo In Loco Parentis: Student Affairs, Guilty as Charged? OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Razek, N., Borland, K. & Alvim, H. (2018). Disseminating your ideas to a larger audience: Publishing in higher education. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Borland, K. (2017). Financial Literacy: Must-learn ASAP; Concepts, Language, Process. New
Professionals in Transition Conference. Bowling Green, OH.
Borland, K. (2017). “Good character” and “Sustainability commitment”: Outcomes with common philosophy and pedagogy, and potential greater implications when conjoined. Conference on Academic Research in Education. Las Vegas.
Borland, K. (2017). "Outside the Box" Opportunities for Leadership Competency Development. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2017). Differences in leadership styles between academic and student affairs leaders seeking the presidency. ACPA National Conference. Columbus, OH.
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2017). The Next Generation of Community College Presidents: Results from a National Study. Council for the Study of Community Colleges Conference. Fort Worth, Texas
Borland, K. (2016). Ethical Foundation Statements. ACPA National Conference. Montreal.
Borland, K. (2016). The 1st 100 days persistence-retention plan, critical for student and institution success. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Allen, K. & Borland, K. (2016). Policy briefs 2.0: Writing effective briefs to inspire the work of student affairs administrators. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2016). International student movements and “The Heart of it All” in the 1960s and 1970s: Lessons from a historical case. OCPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Borland, K. (2015). The Private College Career Path: Understanding Religious Institutional Type Environments. OCPA/OASPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Borland, K. (2015). Student and Student Affairs Governance and Leadership when Conservative Institutions Face New Social Norms. ACPA Annual Conference. Tampa.
Valentino, Rios, Cooney, Borland. (2015). From Boardroom to Ivory Tower: Utilizing Authentic Leadership to Enhance your Professional Practice. NASPA Annual Conference. New Orleans.
Borland, K. & Whipple, E. (2015). Academic and Student Affairs Collaboration: Critical to Ensuring Student Success. Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience. Dallas.
Borland, K. (2015). Campus Collaborations, Change, and Understanding Roles. OCPA/OASPA Annual Conference Middle Managers Institute. Worthington, OH.
Cooney, M. & Borland, K. (2015). “Good to Great”: Strategies for New Professionals to Accelerate Their Careers. OCPA/OASPA Annual Conference. Worthington, OH.
Sandusky, S. & Borland, K. (2015). What Do We Really Know About Veterans on Campus? NASPA Student Veterans Conference. Louisville.
University Executive; Interim President, Senior Vice President and Provost, Associate Provost
University Governance; Senate Presiding Officer, Faculty Senate Executive Committee, President’s Advisory Committee for Intercollegiate Athletics, Academic Honesty Committee, Tenure Promotion Review Council
Boards: Journal for Research on the College Presidency, Editorial Board; Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education, Editorial Board, and Ohio College Personnel Association, Executive Board
McGraw Hill Higher Education Distinguished Scholar Award (2019) The Concurrent Conferences of the American Association of Behavioral & Social Sciences, Academic Research in Education, and Ethnographic & Qualitative Research
Outstanding Service Award (2009) Act 101 Program for Excellence
Brigade Commander Medal (2008) U.S. Army ROTC 2nd Liberty Brigade Army Cadet Command
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