WRITING ASSIGNMENTS

Disrupting Higher Education With Disruptive Ideas - A book review of  Jeffrey Selingo's book College (Un)Bound. Completed as coursework for Purposes and Policies of Higher Education at Teachers College, Columbia University (2015).

The Road to Cognitive Development - An in-depth examination of Student Development theory as it aligns with Ed Husain's 2009 Novel, The Islamist. Completed as a coursework for Theories of Student Development at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).

Making Meaning, Not Headlines - A review of Greek Social Organizations, Their Value, and Best Practices for Institutional Support. Completed as coursework for Student Personnel Administration: Programs and Services at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).

Socioeconomic Diversity - A review of the implications for universities in attempting to create institutions open to high levels of socioeconomic diversity. Completed as coursework for Student Personnel Administration: Programs and Services at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).

Access, Assault, and Scandal in Higher Education - A media review of the headlines demanding change and impacting higher education institutions across the globe from the Fall 2014 semester. Completed as coursework for Contemporary Student Issues at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).

Institutional Memo - A sample memo prepared for review by the Dean of Students as to how Student Affairs Professionals should better be able to support students of Greek Letter Organizations.Completed as coursework for Contemporary Student Issues at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).

First Year Seminar Curriculum - A sample first year seminar curriculum researched, designed and developed by Dylan James Maurer and Sahar Kazemini as part of coursework for Theories of Student Development at Teachers College, Columbia University (2014).