Edward Frick, Ed.D
Ed Frick holds a B.A. in History/Education from Lycoming College, a M.S. in Education (Educational Administration) from Bucknell University and has earned an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Management from Drexel University. While at Bucknell, he was recognized by the Bucknell Education Department with the Hugh F. McKeegan Prize for the individual that best exemplifies those qualities of character, scholarship, leadership and professional commitment needed for effective leadership in the school. Dr. Frick has twenty years of experience in public education having served as a teacher, administrator and school board director. In 2007, he was recognized as the Pennsylvania State Assistant Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the PA Association of Elementary and Secondary Principals. He has published articles in national, international and regionally peer-reviewed journals. Within higher education, Dr. Frick has served as an adjunct instructor, faculty manager, clinical instructor, senior leadership trainer, and clinical supervisor. He has a passion for work surrounding standards-based curriculum and alignment in higher education. His research interests surround connectedness, ethics, social capital and virtual networking. His desire to instill in individuals the importance of relationship and ethical awareness within educational practice is evident in his interactions with colleagues and students alike.