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Frank Czarny, PhD

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

frank.czarny@franklin.edu

Education

2001
Fielding Graduate University
Doctor of Philosophy, Human and Organizational Systems
1998
Fielding Graduate University
Master of Arts, Organizational Development
1975
Miami University
Master of Arts in Teaching, Classroom Teacher Elementary
1973
Miami University
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Work Experience

2018 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor

Publications & Presentations

Czarny, F. (2017, Dec. 31). How faculty foster diversity awareness on a two-year campus. Springfield, OH.
Czarny, F. (2017, Dec. 31). Using self-discovery and communication to build trust. Springfield,OH.
Czarny, F. (2014, Dec. 31). Ethics in instructional delivery using the critical incident case approach. Istanbul, Turkey.
Czarny, F. (2014, Dec. 31). Ethics in instructional delivery using the critical incident case approach. Istanbul, Turkey.
Czarny, F. (2005). Higher aspirations: so you want an advanced degree? Helpful information for students of color.
Czarny, F. (2004, Dec. 31). Presenting post- graduate research experience to a Phoenix Arizona graduate student research cohort: A case study in contemporary trends and experiences in ethnographic research. Santa Barbara, California.
Czarny, F. (2002, Dec. 31). Exploring inclusion and exclusion in the academic community: A mini social action event on racism indicators. Winter Research Session. Santa Barbara, California.
Czarny, F. (2000, Dec. 31). Communities of faith working with public schools: Ethnographic case study approach to problem solving. Washington Education Association.