Hulme, Eileen Ph.D.

Title: Chief Acceleration Officer
Office of: The President
503.517.1224

Education:

  • Ph.D., Educational Administration, University of Texas at Austin
  • M.S., Social Science, Azusa Pacific University
  • B.S., Education and English, Baylor University

Areas of Teaching:

  • Leading Change in Higher Education
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Student Success in College
  • Strengths-Based Leadership and Education

Research Passion:

  • Adaptive Change Leaders in Higher Education
  • Developing Curiosity in College Students
  • Trends Impacting US Higher Education

Academic and Professional Accomplishments:

  • Fulbright Scholar in higher education administration, 2001
  • Chase Sawtell Inspirational Faculty Member Award, Azusa Pacific University, 2010
  • Outstanding Administrator Award, Baylor University Student Government, 2003
  • Hugh Avery Outstanding Administrator Award, the highest award given by the University of Houston- Clear Lake, 1996
  • New Directions to Student Services: positive psychology and appreciative education in student affairs practice Hulme, E, Green, D.T. and Ladd, K., Fostering student engagement by cultivating curiosity. In P.C. Mather & E. Hulme (Eds.), New directions to student services: Positive psychology and appreciative education in student affairs practice, San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 2013
  • Keynote speaker, National Student in Transition Conference, Dallas, Texas, 2016

Background:

With more than thirty years of higher education administration and faculty experience, Dr. Eileen Hulme is known for her work on studying effectiveness in universities in a disruptive environment. Dr. Hulme was a member of the faculty at Azusa Pacific University from 2005 – 2018, teaching at both the master and doctoral level. She has also served as a Vice President at both Baylor University in Waco, Texas and George Fox University in Newberg, Ore.