College of Education Faculty & Staff
Dean of the College of Education
A former elementary school teacher who taught in regular, special, and gifted education, Dr. Ankeny has spent the last 15 years as a professor and leader of teacher and administrator education programs at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah and George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. His research emphases are educational history and organizational development.
- PhD - University of Oregon
- MS - Portland State University
- BA - George Fox University
Ankeny, M., & Zanville, H. (December 2003) “Why Teachers Leave,” Today’s OEA, 78, 3, 13.
Ankeny, M. (July 2002) “Teacher Attrition/Retention Study, Phase II,” Oregon Research Report, Oregon Quality Assurance in Teaching (O-QAT). Distributed to schools, Department of Education, and universities across the state of Oregon. Also published at: http://www.ous.edu/aca/TEpdf/attrition7-02.pdf
Ankeny, M. (March 2002) “Literature Review: Teacher Attrition/Retention,” Oregon Research Report, Oregon Quality Assurance in Teaching (O-QAT). Distributed to schools, Department of Education, and universities across the state of Oregon. Also published at: http://www.ous.edu/aca/TEpdf/attritionlitreview.pdf
Osland, A. and Ankeny, M. (2002) “The Ordained Minister Dilemma,” in Annual Advances in Business Cases 2001, Society for Case Research, 175-187.
Osland, A. and Ankeny, M., “Nike and the University of Oregon: Disagreement over the Worker Rights Consortium,” in Annual Advances in Business Cases 2000, Society for Case Research, 2001, 245-259.