Andrew Tatusko, Ph.D.

I am the Assistant Director for Faculty Development with Outreach and Online Education ant Penn State University. I have also served as a Senior Instructional Designer at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ and then as a Federal Title III Grant Program Director at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA.

I hold the Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management, and Policy from Seton Hall University in 2013. My dissertation is titled, The Strained Partnership Between Secularization and Sectarianism in Higher Education. I earned my B.A. in religion from Westminster College (PA) followed by my M.Div. and Th.M. from Princeton Theological Seminary where I won the Fellowship in Practical Theology.

I have published in the Teacher’s College Record, the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, and the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory. I have also co-written a book chapter in the volume, Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe: In Search of Legitimacy (2007). I have presented at conferences such as The Association for the Study of Higher Education, Educause, and the Educause Learning Initiative.

I am the proud father of two young boys and have an adorable black lab. I am, an avid reader, drummer, insatiable consumer of music, coffee fiend, and cycling novice.