Faculty Profiles - Elizabeth Allan
Higher Educational Leadership
Phone: (207) 581-3166
Ph.D.: Educational Policy & Leadership focus in Women’s Studies, The Ohio State University
M.S. Health Education & Promotion, Springfield College
B.S. Psychology, Springfield College
- HED 650: Doctoral Seminar: Social Context of Higher Education
- HED 676: Introduction to Doctoral Inquiry: Epistemological Perspectives
- EDS 571: Introduction to Qualitative Research
- EDS 572: Advanced Qualitative Research
- HED 608: Seminar in Student Development in Higher Education
- HED 598: Issues in College Teaching
- HED 598: Women in Higher Education
- HED 690: Internship in Higher Education
- HED 610: Masters Capstone: Case Studies in Higher Education
- HED 561: Theories of Student Development
- HED 562: Impact of College on Students
- WST 410: Feminist Theory
- WST 210: Women, Culture & Society (at The Ohio State University)
- Hazing in Education
- Diversity, Identity Privilege, and Curriculum Development
- Policy Discourse Analysis
- Classroom Climates and College Teaching
- Feminist, Critical, and Poststructural Theories in Education
- Qualitative Research Methodology
- Gender & Education
- Service Learning
- Women and Leaderhsip
- Reviewer, ZTA College and University Hazing Prevention Award. January 2010, 2011, 2012.
- Civility on Campus Learning Circle, 2010-2011.
- Sponsor, host, and co-coordination of the National Hazing Symposium Think Tank, October 1-2, 2009.
- Peer Committee, UMaine College of Education and Human Development, 2009-present.
- Guest presenter, Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Development Luncheon, October 29, 2009.
- Diversity Committee, UMaine College of Education and Human Development, 2006-present.
- Search Committee member, UMaine Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, 2006.
- Human Subjects Committee member, College of Education and Human Development, 2002-present.
- University Teaching Council, 2005-2007.
- Service Learning Leadership Team, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maine, 2002-2006.
- Women’s Studies Advisory Committee, University of Maine, 2000-present.
Representative Publications & Conference Presentations:
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2012, in press). The nature and extent of college student hazing. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health.
- Allan, E. J., Gordon, S., & Iverson, S. (2006). Re/thinking practices of power: The discursive framing of leadership in postsecondary education. The Review of Higher Education, 30(1), 41-68.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (July/August 2006). Chilly classrooms for female undergraduate students at a research university: A question of method? The Journal of Higher Education, 77(4), 684-711.
- Allan, E. J. & Estler, S. E. (2005). Diversity, privilege and us: Collaborative curriculum transformation among Educational Leadership faculty. Innovative Higher Education, 29(3), 209-232.
- Allan, E. J. & Iverson, S. V. (Winter 2004). Cultivating critical consciousness: Service learning in higher education. INQUIRY: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines. 23(2), 51-61.
- Allan, E. J., Hoff, D. L., & Estler, S. E. (Winter 2004). Dilemmas of (in)Difference for Maine educators: Advancing an agenda for change. Journal of Maine Education, 20, 5-10.
- Allan, E. J. (2003). Constructing women’s status: Policy discourses of university women’s commissions. Harvard Educational Review, 73(1), 44-72. (Awarded Outstanding Publication by the American Educational Research Association Division J).
- Allan, E. J. (2011). Women’s status in higher education: Equity matters. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
- Allan, E. J., Iverson, S., & Ropers-Huilman, R. (Eds.). (2010). Reconstructing policy in higher education: Feminist poststructural perspectives. New York: Routledge.
- Allan, E. J. (2008; 2010). Policy discourses, gender and education: Constructing women’s status. New York: Routledge.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2010, May). The prevalence, tolerance, and significance of hazing on U.S. college campuses. The Bulletin. (magazine of the Association of College Unions International).
- Hawkes, K., Burkett, G., Allan, E. J., & M. Madden (2009). Bystander vs. change-agent: Your move! Article for National Hazing Prevention Week Resource Guide. Distributed by HazingPrevention.org.
- Allan, E. J., Madden, M., Sidelko, L. & G. Burkett (2008). Hazing: What’s the problem? Article for National Hazing Prevention Week Resource Guide. Distributed by HazingPrevention.org.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2007, Fall). “Yeah, but it wasn’t hazing!”: Research-based insights on why students underestimate hazing. AFA Essentials. Association of Fraternity Advisors publication.
- Allan, E. J. & McKaig, D. (2007, Winter). Hazing on campus: Beyond the Greeks. Leadership Exchange. 4(4), 12-17. NASPA publication.
- Allan, E. J. (2005, Winter). Analyzing the obvious: Applying a gender lens to understand the problem of hazing. Interfraternity Bulletin. North American Interfraternal Foundation, 6-8.
- Allan, E. J. (2004, Spring). Hazed and confused: Transforming hazing cultures. Interfraternity Bulletin. North American Interfraternal Foundation, 1-4.
- Hallen, L. P. & Allan, E. J. (2011). Course guides, equity, and achievement: The shaping of student status. Martin, J. (Ed.). Women as leaders in education: Succeeding despite inequity, discrimination, and other challenges. Vol 1: Women’s leadership in higher education. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
- Allan, E. J. & Hallen, L. (2011). University women’s commissions and policy discourses. In Bank, B. (Ed.). Gender and education. Johns Hopkins University Press.
- Allan, E. J. (2010). Feminist poststructuralism meets policy analysis: An overview. In Allan, E. J., Iverson, S., & R. Ropers-Huilman (Eds.). Reconstructing higher education: Feminist poststructural perspectives. Routledge.
- Allan, E. J. (2003). Hazing in high school and college. In M. Kimmel & A. Aronson (Eds.), Men and masculinities: A social, cultural, and historical encyclopedia (375-378). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
- Allan, E. J. & G. DeAngelis. (2004). Hazing, masculinity and collision sports: (Un)becoming heroes. In J. Johnson & M. Holman (Eds.), Making the team: Inside the world of sport hazing and initiations (pp. 61-80). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.
- Allan, E. J. (2003). Gender and hazing: Analyzing the obvious. In H. Nuwer (Ed.), The hazing reader: Examining rites gone wrong in fraternities, professional and amateur athletics, high schools and the military (pp. 275-294). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
- Allan, E. J. (2002). Classroom climates in postsecondary education. In A. M. Aleman & K. A. Renn (Eds.), Women in higher education: An encyclopedia. (pp. 282-287). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
- Allan, E. (1998). Education. In Reading Women’s Lives: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. (pp. 177-182). Simon & Schuster Custom Publishing.
- Fonow, M., Allan, E. & Bailey, L. (Eds.). (1997). Article Introductions and Discussion Questions published in Women, Culture & Society: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. Simon & Schuster Custom Publishing.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2008). Hazing in view: College students at risk. Initial findings from the national study of student hazing. www.hazingstudy.org.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2006). Examining and transforming campus hazing cultures: Phase I Pilot Study Report. www.hazingstudy.org.
- Allan, E. J. (2002). Feminist analyses of leadership: Selected works. Published in Women’s Studies Database Bibliographies. http://www.mith2.umd.edu/WomensStudies/Bibliographies/.
- Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2008). Hazing in view: College students at risk. Research session. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) International meeting. March 2008. Boston, MA.
- Allan, E. J. (2008). Hazing and athletes: Research highlights. NCAA Convention; Hazing Summit. January 10, 2008. Nashville, TN.
- Allan, E. J. (2007). Re/constructing Higher Education: Feminist Poststructural Perspectives and Policy Analysis. Symposium. Association for the Study of Higher Education International Meeting. November 2007. Louisville, KY.
- Allan, E. J. (2008). Gender and classroom teaching. University of Maine Masters of Science in Teaching Practicum. January, 2008. Orono, ME.
- Allan, E. J. & Fiacco, D. (2007). Hazing chalktalk: Winning strategies for understanding and prevention. University of Maine Department of Athletics Coaching Staff. August, 2007. Orono, ME.
- Allan, E. J., Gordon, S., & Iverson, S. (2005). (Re)thinking practices of power: The discursive framing of leadership in postsecondary education. Paper Presentation. American Educational Research Association, International meeting. April 15, 2005. Montreal, Canada.
- Allan, E. J. (2006). Transforming campus hazing cultures: Examining the nature and prevalence of hazing in U.S. higher education. Fraternity Executives Association annual meeting. July 9, 2006. Tucson, AZ.
- Madden, M. & Allan, E. J. (2005). “There’s no problem:” The value of focus groups in investigating classroom climates for women. Paper Presentation. American Educational Research Association International meeting. April 15, 2005. Montreal, Canada.
- Allan, E. J. (2003). Bringing voice to the silences of privilege: Strategies for faculty development and curricular change. Invited Presenter. 4th Annual Conference on White Privilege. April 9-12, 2003. Central College, Pella, Iowa.
Visiting Professor (2007)
- Higher Education and Student Development
- Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Mexico
- Developed graduate certificate in Student Development in Higher Education in Mexico in partnership with the University of Maine.
Visiting Assistant Professor (1999-2000)
- Department of Women’s Studies, The Ohio State University
Graduate Teaching Associate (1995-1999)
- Department of Women’s Studies, The Ohio State University
Graduate Research Associate
- Educational Policy & Leadership, The Ohio State University
Student Affairs Professional Experience
Office of Community Development & Student Judicial Affairs
- The Ohio State University
Student Activities (including: Greek Life, Emerging Leader Program,
Commuter Student Services, Student Organizations).
- University of New Hampshire
Residence Hall Director
- Springfield College
See also: http://www.hazingstudy.org/staff.php