Dr. TulowitzkiWith support from the University of Richmond offices of the Provost and International Education, the School of Professional & Continuing Studies is honored to host Dr. Pierre Tulowitzki as a Visiting Scholar from the Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE) from June 21 to July 2, 2019.

Dr. Tulowitzki is an assistant professor at the Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE) in Germany. He is the Director of the Department of International Educational Leadership and Management as well as the German Director of the International Education Management Program, an international master’s program that is offered in collaboration with the Helwan University, Egypt.

Tulowitzki has conducted, published and presented research on a vast array of topics from the realm of educational leadership and school improvement. Through workshops and conferences, he works together with schools to navigate educational change. He serves as a board member of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) and as the Link Convenor of the Educational Leadership Network of the European Educational Research Association (EERA).

Tulowitzki’s visit to Richmond builds on the foundation of a summer study abroad course, Comparative Leadership in a Global Context, which he will co-teach during his visit and when the students travel to Germany.

During the course, SPCS graduate students study human migration and leadership in Richmond, and then travel to Germany to interact with Tulowitzki and other faculty from LUE and other German institutions. Eleven SPCS graduate students in Nonprofit Studies, Education Leadership, Curriculum & Instruction, Teacher Education, and Human Resource Management will travel to LUE with Professor Kate Cassada at the end of July for the second iteration of this course.

As a Visiting Scholar, Tulowitzki has a busy agenda of engaging with the Richmond community.

June 24

In the morning, Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Harold Fitrer of Communities in Schools will host Tulowitzki to tour the CIS facility in Scott’s Addition, meet with CIS staff and families, and explore the role of CIS as a community support organization.

In the afternoon, Pierre will engage with the school leadership of Binford Middle School in the Fan.

June 25

In the morning, Tulowitzki will give an Osher Institute-sponsored lecture titled A Comparative Look at Schools in the US and Germany and Their Systems of Accountability.

In the afternoon, in collaboration with the Community Foundation, Dr. Andrew Scheoneman will moderate an interactive discussion with Tulowitzki and local community leaders titled What Does a School Look Like in the Context of a Community?

June 26

Tulowitzki and several members of the University of Richmond faculty will meet with Dr. Amy Cashwell, Superintendent of Henrico County Public Schools, and other Henrico leaders to tour Henrico schools and discuss how schools serve our regional students, particularly focusing on Career and Technical Education and services for immigrant children and their families.

June 28

Tulowitzki and Dr. Tom Shields, SPCS Associate Dean and Chair of Graduate Education, will lead a discussion with faculty in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies titled The Study of Leadership with Global Students: The International Education Management (INEMA) Program at Ludwigsburg University of Education.

Inquiries about Dr. Tulowitzki’s agenda may be directed to Dr. Tom Shields (tshields@richmond.edu).

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