Faculty Profile

Dr. Lisa D. Weaver

lweaver@lhup.edu | 110 Russell Hall, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-3078

Education: 

Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration with a focus on Educational Psychology

M.Ed. in Counselor Education

B.S. in Individual and Family Studies with a focus on Childhood and Adolescent Development

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Research and Evaluation, Career Development and Counseling, Introduction to Academic and Personal Development, Learning Strategies, Research Design, Organization Theory and Higher Education

Courses Developed: Research and Evaluation, Career Development and Counseling

Recent Professional Publications: 

Weaver, L.D., (2012). Perspectives on writing a qualitative dissertation. In J. M. Meloy (Ed.), Twenty-first century learning by doing. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Weaver, L. D., Pifer, M. J., and Colbeck, C. L.(2009). Janusian Leadership: Two Profiles of Power in a Community of Practice. Innovative Higher Education, 34 (5): 207-220.

Colbeck, C. L. & Weaver, L. D.  (2008). Faculty engagement in public scholarship: A motivation systems theory perspective. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 12(2): 7-32.

Recent Professional Presentations: 

Park, T.W. & Weaver, L.D. (2009). Priorities, priorities…How to be an effective juggler! 23rd Annual Robert D. Lynch Student Leadership Development Institute.

Myers, C. & Weaver, L.D. (2008).  Challenge and Support for Today's Undergraduate Student: In the Classroom and Beyond.2008 Penn State's Higher Education Program: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Alumni Reunion Symposium.

Weaver, L. & Colbeck, C. (2006). Janus in a Community of Practice: Two Profiles of Power. 2006 American Education Research Association Conference.

Austin, A., Baldwin, R., Clifford, M., Millar, S., Weaver, L. (2005). Preparing Doctoral Students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for Careers as Effective Teachers: Emerging Lessons from NSF’s Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL). 2005 American Education Research Association Conference.

Colbeck, C., Weaver, L., and Burkum, K. (2004). What’s misleading? What’s missing? Evidence for sources and directions of bias in faculty time allocation reports. 2004 American Education Research Association Conference.

Colbeck, C., Burkum, K., & Weaver, L. (2003). Roles by the minute: Discipline and gender influence on faculty work and family time.  2003 Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference.

Colbeck, C., Burkum, K., & Weaver, L. (2002). Sun and moon shadows: Structured observation of faculty work and family activities.  2002 Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference.

Areas of Expertise: At-risk undergraduate students, faculty teaching and learning, academic advising, research and assessment, mental health counseling 

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