Department Chair: Educational Leadership
Executive Director: Center for Evaluation & Educational Effectiveness
PhD, Syracuse University, Sociology of Education, 1999
MS, Syracuse University, Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, 1993
BA, St. Lawrence University, Government, 1990
Innovation and change in higher education
Leadership in higher education
Assessment and evaluation
Books and Chapters
Haviland, D., Ortiz, A., & Henriques, L. (in progress.) Shaping your faculty career: A guide for new faculty. Book under contract with Stylus Publishing. August 2017.
Alleman, N.F., Haviland, D.,,& Allen, C.C. (in progress). Collegiality in an era of faculty differentiation. Monograph under contract with Jossey-Bass (for ASHE Higher Education Report Series). 2018.
Haviland, D., Alleman, N.F., & Allen, C.C. (in progress). Working title: Supporting the new faculty majority: Embracing collegiality on campus. Book under contract with Stylus Publishing. 2018.
Moore, S.D., Haviland, D., Whitmer, A., & Brady, J. (2014). CoastLines: Commitment, Comfort, Competence, Empowerment and Relevance in Professional Development. In J. MaKinster, N. Trautmann, & M. Barnett (Eds.). Teaching Science with Geospatial Technology: Designing Effective Professional Development for Secondary Teachers (pp. 99-118). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Haviland, D., Alleman, N., & Allen, C. C. (Forthcoming). “Separate but not quite equal:” Collegiality experiences of full-time non-tenure track faculty members. The Journal of Higher Education.
Moore, S.D., Haviland, D., Moore, W.S., Tran, M. (2016). Building confidence: The impact of a hybrid professional development program on teachers’ use of GIS. The Journal of Science Education and Technology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10956-016-9641-5
Alleman, N.F., & Haviland, D. (2016). “I expect to be engaged as an equal:” Collegiality expectations of full-time non-tenure track faculty members. Higher Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10734-016-0062-4
Haviland, D. (2014). Beyond compliance: How organizational theory can help leaders unleash the potential of assessment. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 38(9), 755-765.
Tang, J., Kim, S., & Haviland, D. (2013). Role of family, culture and peers in the success of first-generation Cambodian American college students. Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement, 8(1). DOI: 10.7771/2153-8999.1057
Haviland, D., Shin, S. & Turley, S. (2011). Changes over time in faculty attitudes, confidence, and understanding as related to program assessment. Issues in Teacher Education, 20(1), 69-84.
Haviland, D., Shin, S-H., & Turley, S. (2010). Now I’m ready: The impact of a faculty development program on faculty concerns with program assessment. Innovative Higher Education, 35(4), 261-275. DOI: 10.1007/s10755-010-9140-1
Haviland, D., Alleman, N., & Allen, C.C. (2015, November). Separate but Not Quite Equal: Collegiality Experiences of Full-Time, Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members. Paper presented at Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting: Denver, CO.
Ortiz, A.M., Haviland, D., & Amey, M. (2015, March). Strategies for (Re-) Launching Your Faculty Career. Workshop presented at National Association of Student Personnel Administrators: New Orleans, LA
Alleman, N. & Haviland, D. (2014, November). Collegiality Expectations of Full-Time, Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members. Paper presented at Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting: Washington, DC.
Alleman, N. & Haviland, D. (2013, November). Collegiality Experiences and Expectations of Full-time-Non-Tenure Track Faculty Members at Four-Year Institutions. Roundtable at Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting: St. Louis, MO.
Haviland, D. (2012, November). Learning as teachers: Faculty members’ evolution in their teaching and their interactions with students. Paper presented as part of Symposium (with Diane Rodgriguez-Kiino and Edlyn Penda) at Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting: Las Vegas, NV.
College of Education
Director, Center for Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness (2015-Present)
Chair, Assessment Committee (2007-2011, 2012-2015)
Member, Administrative Leadership Team (2007-2015)
Professional Review Committee (2012-Present)
Chair, Highly Valued Degree Initiative Task Force 2 (Research and Evaluation) (2017-present)
Member, NCAA Academic Integrity Self-Study Subcommittee (2010-present)
Member, WASC Core Committment II Team (2008-2010)
Colleagues at the Margins: Full-time Non-tenure-track Faculty on University Campuses (2012-Present)
A qualitative study of full-time contingent faculty related to collegiality and governance at a public comprehensive university and a private research university.
A Longitudinal Study of “The Next Generation” of Faculty (Spring 2009-Present)
A qualitative longitudinal study to examine the experiences of new faculty at California State University, Long Beach as they adjust to their first full-time faculty position and advance through the early stages of their careers.
Impact of professional development on faculty attitudes, skills and practice related to assessment (Spring 2008 – 2012)
A mixed method investigation into the impact of a series of assessment workshops, together with ongoing support, on the attitudes, skills and practice of faculty related to program assessment. Research conducted collaboratively with Steve Turley and Seon-Hi Shin.
Evaluation of the Noyce II (Recruiting, Supporting and Retaining Mathematics and Science Teachers) Program at California State University, Long Beach (Funded by the Noyce II Program) (2008 – 2013)
Evaluation of the CoastLines Teacher Professional Development Program (Funded by Science Approach, Tucson, AZ) (2008 – 2012)