- Florida Atlantic University
Dr. David B. Ross has many years of experience in adult education, leadership, ethics, policy and curriculum development, classroom instruction, and research. In his present role as an Associate Program Professor at the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, Nova Southeastern University, he teaches doctoral level courses in educational, instructional, and organizational leadership to prepare today’s practitioners who will assume leadership positions in any profession for current and future challenges. His courses focus on current trends and issues that impact society on both the national and global level. Learning from many perspectives and philosophies from mentors while attending Northern Illinois University, the University of Alabama, and Florida Atlantic University, has assisted him in guiding students in the learning process.
Dr. Ross earned his Doctorate in Educational Leadership, with an emphasis in Leadership, Research, Curriculum, and Adult Education; and a Master of Justice Policy Management with a Professional Certificate in Public Administration at Florida Atlantic University. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science at Northern Illinois University. Dr. Ross regularly speaks at conferences and provides consultation and training in the areas of leadership, policy issues, team building, professional development, academic writing, education, and behavior management. He has written articles on leadership, power, narcissism, academic integrity, plagiarism and fraud, policy development, professional development, and areas of homeland security. Dr. Ross is a dissertation chair and committee member of various methodologies: quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. In addition, he is a reviewer for the university’s Institutional Review Board (IRB).