Joseph Marc Zagerman, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Project Management
Dr. Joseph Marc Zagerman is a passionate, relevant, and inventive college professor with 18+ years of teaching experience in higher education. He is committed to shaping reflective, self-directed learners who think critically and creatively. As an experienced corporate training and development consultant, he enhances learner performance and potential for maximum business impact. Graduating with his doctorate in educational leadership, with an emphasis on transformative leadership in 2018, he is committed to providing transformative, pragmatic instruction to his students.
Teaching & Research Interests:
Dr. Zagerman’s research interests include contemporary pedagogical theory, student engagement theory, learner-centric instruction, and multiple intelligence theory. Dr. Zagerman enjoys making learning informative, engaging, pertinent, and fun.
Ed.D., Educational Leadership, University of New England, Biddeford, ME, USA.
M.B.A., Management, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA, USA.
B.A., Organizational Management, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA, USA.
Transforming the customer experience topic of faculty article
Business success is often measured in financial terms and the ability to please external stakeholders. However, pleasing employees, stakeholders, and...
Project Management faculty co-author article on change management
HU Project Management faculty members John Clark, Sarah Dyson, and Joe Zagerman have co-authored an article on change management which...
Magazine publishes article co-authored by HU project management faculty members
HU Project Management faculty members John Clark, Sarah Dyson, and Joe Zagerman have co-authored an article on the importance of...