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John H. Schuh

February 24, 2010

John H SchuhJohn H. Schuh is distinguished professor and chair of educational leadership and policy studies at Iowa State University. Previously he held administrative and faculty assignments at Wichita State University, Indiana University (Bloomington), and Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. from Arizona State.

Schuh is the author, co-author, or editor of over 235 publications, including 25 books and monographs, 70 book chapters, and over 110 articles. Currently he is editor of the New Directions for Student Services Sourcebook Series and is book review editor of The Review of Higher Education. Schuh has made over 260 presentations and speeches to campus-based, regional, national, and international meetings.

Schuh has served on the governing boards of ACPA, NASPA (twice), ACUHO-I (twice), and the NASPA Foundation. He is a member of the Evaluator Corps and the Accreditation Review Council of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Schuh has received the Research Achievement Award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education, the Contribution to Knowledge Award from ACPA, and the Contribution to Research or Literature Award and the Robert H. Shaffer Award for Academic Excellence as a Graduate Faculty Member from NASPA. ACPA elected him as a Senior Scholar Diplomate, and he was chosen as one of 75 Diamond Honorees by ACPA in 1999 and a Pillar of the Profession by NASPA in 2001. He is a member of the Iowa Academy of Education.

Schuh received a Fulbright award to study higher education in Germany in 1994, and was named to the Fulbright Specialists Program in 2008. He has been engaged with institutions of higher education in Scotland, England, Germany, Syria, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Hong Kong.

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