Wayne State University

William Emerson Hill

William Emerson Hill
Assistant Professor (Clinical) and Interim Assistant Dean of Administrative and Organizational Studies
367 College of Education

Office Hours: By appointment.

(313) 577-9316
(313) 577-1693

Education
  • Doctor of Education, Wayne State University, 2003
  • Master of Art, Psychology, Adelphi University, 1986
  • Bachelors of Art, Psychology, University of Michigan, 1984

Responsibilities

Administrative and Organizational Studies

Higher Education Administration Concentration

Research Interests

Student Success

Courses taught

  • EDA 7660: Administrative Leadership in School Community Relations
  • EPS 8570: Contemporary Issues in Higher Education
  • EDA 8990: Internship
  • EPS 8530: Seminar in the History of Education
  • ED 7998: Field Studies
  • ED 7999: Master’s Terminal Project
  • EDA 7600: Structure of American Education

 

Presentations

Student Perceptions of Significance Acquired from Participation in an Outdoor Themed Learning Community
Nolan, C., Hill, W., Deebah, R 2016   National Learning Communities Conference, Atlanta, Georgia
The Significance of Student Resources and Networking
Nolan, C., Hill, W., Deebah, R 2016   Michigan Student Success Conference, Troy, Michigan,
Student Perceptions of a Hybrid Learning Community’s Impact on Engagement, Persistence and Retention
Nolan, C., Hill, W 2015   Michigan Student Success Conference, Troy, Michigan

Publications

QUESTS: An Urban University Outdoor Experience Orientation Program As A Retention Vehicle
Hill, W., Nolan, C., and Scrogin, J.,   2010 Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership Vol. 2