Faculty Profile

Alvin Igwebuike

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor



Dr. Alvin Igwebuike is an adjunct faculty in the College of Business.  He also serves as a Graduate Faculty Advisor within the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program.  Dr. Igwebuike has over 15 years of teaching experience in higher education, delivering exceptional instruction to diverse students in both face-to-face and online learning environments.  Dr. Igwebuike joined Franklin University with 15 years of professional experience in banking, serving in management within the Corporate, Retail (Assistant Vice President) and Bank Operations units. Dr. Igwebuike’s educational credentials are as follows: Bachelor of Science degree in Finance (Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio); Masters of Business Administration Degree (MBA) (Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio); Masters Degree in Educational Leadership (University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio); Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership from the School of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, Ohio).


Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, Ohio)
Doctor of Education, Leadership Studies
University of Dayton (Dayton, Ohio)
Master of Science in Education, Educational Leadership
Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio)
Master of Business Administration, Business
Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio)
Bachelor of Science, Finance

Work Experience

2003 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

Publications & Presentations

Igwebuike, A. (2019, Oct. 17). Evaluating the Effect of Funds Consolidation on School-Level Achievement at Title I Elementary Schoolwide Program Buildings. MWERA 2019 Annual Education Conference, Cincinnati Ohio, Kingsgate Conference Center.
Igwebuike, A. (2010, Oct. 13). Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act: Federal Influence towards National Curriculum Standards in the United States. MWERA 2010 Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio Westin Great Hotel.
Igwebuike, A. (2009, Apr. 26). Regulating Ohio’s Payday Lenders. Institute for Research on Global Business (IRGB), Northern Illinois University, Rockford, IL.