Maureen E. Wilson

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Dr. Maureen Wilson

Position: Chair/Professor
Phone: 419-372-7321
Email: mewilso@bgsu.edu
Address: 310J Education

HESA Faculty since 2001

Education

Ph.D., Ohio State University (1998), Higher Education and Student Affairs
M.A., Michigan State University (1987), College and University Administration/Student Affairs Emphasis
B.S.B.A., Aquinas College (1985), Business Administration and Communication Arts

Research Interests
My teaching, scholarship, and service reflect a strong connection between scholarship and professional practice in higher education and student affairs that is central to my work as a faculty member and administrator. My research has four primary foci: (1) professional identity and professional socialization, (2) normative structures (behavioral norms) in professional practice, (3) professional preparation and student development theory, and (4) administrative practice.

Teaching at BGSU
CSP 6010:  Functions and Foundations of College Student Personnel
CSP 6020:  Theory and Assessment of College Student Development
CSP 6040: Educational Outcomes of American Colleges and Universities
CSP 6050:  Capstone Seminar
CSP 6450:  Legal Issues in Student Affairs
CSP 6800:  Advanced Student Development Theory
CSP 6890:  Field Experience in College Student Personnel
HIED 7310:  American College Student
HIED 7340:  College and University Teaching
HIED 7800: Dissertation Seminar
 

Selected Publications (since 2011)

Wilson, M. E. & Klima, K. (In press). Considering professional identity in professional development experiences. In D. DeSawal & F. Ross, Connecting professional competencies to professional development. Washington, DC: NASPA.

Wilson, M. E.  & Love, P.G. (In press). Student affairs programs for emerging adults. In J. L. Murray & J. J. Arnett (Eds.), Emerging adulthood and higher education: A new student development paradigm. New York, NY: Routledge.

Wilson, M. E., & Hirschy, A. S. (2017.). Models for applying scholarship to practice. In J. M. Braxton (Ed.), New Directions for Higher Education: No. 178. Toward a scholarship of practice (pp. 35-46). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Hirschy, A. S., & Wilson, M. E. (2017). Student affairs and the scholarship of practice. In J. M. Braxton (Ed.), New Directions for Higher Education: No. 178. Toward a scholarship of practice (pp. 85-94). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Wilson, M. E. (2017). Organizational structures and functions. In J. H. Schuh, S. R. Jones, & V. Torres (Eds.),  Student services: A handbook for the profession (6th ed., pp. 288-307). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Whipple, E. G., O’Neill, K. B., & Wilson, M. E. (2016). Fraternity and sorority life. In N. Zhang, Rentz’s student affairs practice in higher education (5th ed., pp. 399-425). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Whipple, E. G., O’Neill, K. B., & Wilson, M. E. (2016). Student life programs. In N. Zhang, Rentz’s student affairs practice in higher education (5th ed., pp. 365-398). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Wilson, M. E., Hirschy, A. S., & Braxton, J. M. (2016). Admonitory behavioral norms of campus housing and residence life professionals. Journal of College and University Student Housing, 43, 44-58.

Wilson, M. E., Liddell, D. L., Hirschy, A. S., & Pasquesi, K. (2016). Professional identity, career commitment, and career entrenchment of midlevel student affairs professionals. Journal of College Student Development, 57, 557-572.

Hirschy, A. S., Wilson, M. E., & Braxton, J. M. (2015). Identifying inviolable behavioral norms of campus housing and residence life professionals. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 52, 359-373.

Hirschy, A. S., Wilson, M. E., Liddell, D. L., Boyle, K. M., & Pasquesi, K. (2015). Socialization to student affairs: Early career experiences associated with professional identity development. Journal of College Student Development, 56, 777-793.

Liddell, D. L., Wilson, M. E., Hirschy, A. S., Pasquesi, K., & Boyle, K. M. (2014). Development of professional identity through socialization in graduate school. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 51, 69-84.

Wilson, M. E., & Rygg, M. J. (2013). Campus housing and student development. In N. W. Dunkel, J. A. Baumann, & Associates, Campus housing management: Volume two: Residence life and education (pp. 2-23). Columbus, OH: ACUHO-I.

Wilson, M. E. (Ed.). (2011). College student development theory (2nd ed). ASHE Reader Series. Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions.

Wilson, M. E. (1996). Living our values: Checking for congruence between values and actions. The 1996 Annual: Volume I, Training. San Diego: Pfeiffer and Company, 25-34.


Conference and Professional Papers and Presentations (since 2013)

Gonyer, H. A. & Wilson, M. E. (2018, March).  How SSAOs respond to bias incidents on college campuses. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Houston, TX.

Gonyer, H. A. & Wilson, M. E. (2018, March).  An examination of bias incident response at post-secondary institutions. Presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Houston, TX. Sponsored by the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues.

Liddell, D. L., Stewart, D-L., Seifert, T., Arminio, J. L., Wilson, M. E. (2018, March). Writing, editing, and reviewing for JCSD. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Columbus, OH.

Wilson, M. E. (Discussant), Robbins, C., & Tillapaugh, D. (2018, March). Emerging scholars research symposium. Presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Houston, TX.

Rogers, J. L., Carbone, F., Roberts, D., auf der Heyde, A. M., Brown, A. L., Wilson, M. E. (2018, March). Advancing the principles of cultural diplomacy through arts-based practice: Creating human bonds. Program presented at the meeting of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Philadelphia, PA.

Gonyer, H. & Wilson, M. E. (2018, January). An examination of bias incident response at post-secondary institutions. Program presented at the meeting of the Ohio College Personnel Association, Worthington, OH.

Braxton, J. M., Hirschy, A. S., Kinzie, J., & Wilson, M. E. (2017, March). The scholarship of practice: Utilizing research to improve student affairs. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Columbus, OH.

Liddell, D. L., Stewart, D-L., Seifert, T., Arminio, J. L., Reason, R., Wilson, M. E. (2017, March). Pulling back the curtain: Writing, editing, and reviewing for JCSD. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Columbus, OH.

Stroup, N., Luna, R., & Wilson, M. E. (2017, March). Retention in student affairs: Class of 2011 case study. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Columbus, OH. Co-sponsored by the Coalition for Graduate Students and New Professionals and Mid-Level Community of Practice.

Wilson, M. E. (2017, May). Models for applying scholarship to practice. Roundtable discussion facilitated at the Transatlantic Dialogue, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.

Wilson, M. E. (2017, October). Invited panelist for Higher Ed Live. #HESAmasters101: Searching for a higher education and student affairs graduate program hosted by Heather Shea. Available at http://higheredlive.com/mid-level-professionals-in-student-affairs/

Wilson, M. E. (2017, November). Shaping a career in student affairs. Invited keynote speaker, NASPA 4E Regional Students Affairs Leaders of Tomorrow Pre-Conference, Detroit, MI.

Wilson, M. E., Hirschy, A. S., Dumas, T., & Braxton, J. M. (2016, March). Identifying behavioral norms of academic advising professionals. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Montreal, Canada.

Wilson, M. E., Liddell, D. L., Arminio, J. L., Reason, R., & Archibald, G. (2016, March). Publishing in the Journal of College Student Development: A workshop for writers. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Montreal, Canada.

Wilson, M. E. (2016, November). The impact of living on-campus. Invited discussion facilitator, Association of College and University Housing Officers–International, Columbus, OH.

Wilson, M. E. (2016, August). Invited panelist for Higher Ed Live. Mid-level professionals in student affairs hosted by Tony Doody. Available at http://higheredlive.com/mid-level-professionals-in-student-affairs/

Pasquesi, K., Hirschy, A. S., Wilson, M. E., & Liddell, D. L. (2015, March). Women in transition: Career life cycles of student affairs professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International. Tampa, FL. Sponsored by the Standing Committee for Women.

Asimou, H., & Wilson, M. E. (2014, March). SSAOs’ decisions for parental notification about disturbed or disturbed/disturbing students. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Indianapolis, IN. Sponsored by the Task Force on Campus Safety and Emergency Preparedness.

Asimou, H., & Wilson, M. E. (2014, January). When to phone home: How SSAOs at small private liberal arts colleges decide to involve parents during mental health crises. Paper presented at the meeting of Ohio College Personnel Association & Ohio Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Worthington, OH.

Pasquesi, K., Wilson, M. E, Liddell, D. L., & Hirschy, A. S., (2014, March). Career contentment and retention of mid-level student affairs professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Indianapolis, IN. Co-sponsored by the Mid-Level Community of Practice and Commission for Administrative Leadership.

Wilson, M. E., Hirschy, A. S., & Braxton, J. M. (2014, March). Inviolable and admonitory norms among housing and residence life professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Indianapolis, IN.

Wilson, M. E. (2014, June). Advising millennials. Invited keynote speaker, Georgia Institute of Technology—Atlanta, GA.

Wilson, M. E., & Liddell, D. L. (2014, June 5). Immigration policies and global literacy. Presentation at the Transatlantic Dialogue, Luxembourg.

Wilson, M. E, Liddell, D. L., Hirschy, A. S., Pasquesi, K., & Boyle, K. M. (2013, November). Career entrenchment, career commitment, and professional identity of student affairs professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, St. Louis, MO.

Hirschy, A. S., Wilson, M. E., & Braxton, J. M. (2013, June). Identifying normative structures among housing and residence life professionals: What guides professional behaviors? Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International, Minneapolis, MN.

Wilson, M. E, Boyle, K. M., Hirschy, A. S., Liddell, D. L., Pasquesi, K., Bureau, D. A., & Schoper, S. E. (2013, March). Professional socialization institute: Findings on new professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Las Vegas, NV.

Liddell, D. L., Wilson, M. E., Benjamin, M., Ju, P., & Hagan-Rhodes, D. (2013, March). Professional socialization institute: Faculty-practitioner dialogue to link scholarship and practice. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Las Vegas, NV.

Martin, G. M., Hevel, M., Johnson, M., Lunceford, C., Wilson, M. E. (2013, March). Pathways to the professoriate: Advice from new faculty. Program presented at the meeting of ACPA—College Student Educators International, Las Vegas, NV.

Wilson, M. E. (2013, January). Teaching today’s college students. Invited keynote speaker, University of Massachusetts—Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA.

Recent Service to the Profession

  • Associate Editor for Book Reviews, Journal of College Student Development (2015-2018)
  • Member, Journal of College Student Development Editorial Board (2010-2015)
  •  Member at Large—Faculty, ACPA Governing Board (elected to position) (2009-2012)
  • Planning committee member, 2014, 2017, and 2020 Transatlantic Dialogue, University of Luxembourg
  • Administration Bargaining Team Member, Collective Bargaining Agreement between Bowling Green State University and the Bowling Green State University Faculty Association—American Association of University Professors (2015-2016 and 2018-2019)
  • Chair, Director of Residence Life Search Committee (2017-2018)
  • Co-chair, Task Force on Sexual Assault (2017)

Awards

  • Annuit Coeptis Award - Senior Professional (2018) for contributions to the fields of administration, teaching, research, and publications – ACPA: College Student Educators International
  • Phillip A. Tripp Distinguished Service Award (2018) in recognition of extended illustrious service to the field of student affairs – Ohio College Personnel Association
  • Senior Scholar Award (2017–2022) – ACPA: College Student Educators International
  • Outstanding Research, Contribution, and/or Scholarship Award (2017) – ACPA Mid-Level Community of Practice
  • Research and Publication Award (2011) for significant contribution of research and scholarship in the student housing profession – Association of College and University Housing Officers–International
  • Diamond Honoree (2009) – American College Personnel Association Educational Leadership Foundation
  • Region IV-East Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs through Teaching Award (2003) – National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
  • Betty L. Harrah Manuscript of the Year Award (2003) – Association of College and University Housing Officers-International
  • Distinguished Service Award (2003) – Great Lakes Association of College and University Housing Officers
  • Unit Award for Excellence (Higher Education & Student Affairs) (2003) – BGSU Faculty Senate
  • Annuit Coeptis Award – Emerging Professional (2003) – American College Personnel Association
  • Emerging Scholar Award (2002) – American College Personnel Association
  • Dai Ho Chun Fellowship Award (1998) – Ohio State University College of Education
  • Nevitt A. Sanford Research Award (1997) – American College Personnel Association Professional Preparation Commission

Professional Memberships

  • American College Personnel Association (ACPA) 
  • Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) 

Prior Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Mississippi State University (1998-2001)
  • Graduate Associate, Higher Education and Student Affairs Program, Ohio State University (1996-1998)
  • Academic Advisor, University College, Ohio State University (1994-1996)
  • Residence Life Coordinator, University of South Carolina (1991-1994)
  • Area Director, Office of Residence Life, College of William and Mary (1987-1991)