Michael J. Salmonowicz, PhD
           writer, speaker, consultant, researcher 

Talks/Presentations



(2015, November). Salmonowicz, M. J., Ikemoto, G., & Clifford, M. Overcoming the "Tyranny of the OR" in post-PhD career planning: How to remain engaged in the worlds of research and practice. Presentation at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, San Diego, CA.

(2015, February). Salmonowicz, M. J., & Stumbras, C. 
Leveraging Illuminate for academic gains. Presentation at the annual conference of Illuminate Education, Anaheim, CA.

 

(2014, July). Phillips, A. G., & Salmonowicz, M. J. Data visualization. Presentation at the annual KIPP School Summit, Houston, TX.

 

(2008, March). Duke, D. L., & Salmonowicz, M. J. When principals diagnose the causes of low student achievement. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Orleans, LA.

 

(2007, April). Tucker, P. D., & Salmonowicz, M. J. Leadership practices and results in under performing schools. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
 
(2006, April). Tucker, P. D., Salmonowicz, M. J., Sayeski, B., & Yates, K. Leadership lessons from the Virginia School Turnaround Specialist Program. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Chicago, IL.
 
(2005, November). Duke, D. L., Tucker, P. D., & Salmonowicz, M. J. Promoting academic success for all students: Leadership lessons from the Virginia School Turnaround Specialist Program. Presentation at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Nashville, TN.
 
(2004, November). Tucker, P. D., Henig, C. B., & Salmonowicz, M. J. Learning outcomes of an educational leadership cohort program. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Kansas City, MO.

 
(2004, October). Salmonowicz, M. J. 
15 thoughts on the undergraduate experience. Talk given at Bishop Foley High School, Madison Heights, MI.

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