Timothy Herrmann
                     

Dr. Tim Herrmann

Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE)

 

     
     

Graduate Chair & Professor of Higher Education

Phone: (765) 998-5142
Email: tmherrmann@tayloru.edu

 

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Timothy W. Herrmann

Taylor University 236 West Reade Avenue
Upland IN 46989
(765) 998-5142
tmherrmann@taylor.edu


EDUCATION

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration and Leadership, Indiana State University, 2005
M.A., Counseling , The Ohio State University, 1977
B.A., History, Taylor University, 1975


PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS


Developmental psychology with an emphasis on involvement theory, college student values, spirituality, and identity formationCivic engagementStudent learningEducational assessment

PROFESSION EXPERIENCE


Taylor University, Upland
Graduate Director and Professor of Higher Education and Student Development, January 2006 - Present
Administer the ongoing operation of all aspects of Taylor University’s masters program in Higher Education and Student Development. Also responsible for teaching courses, providing academic advising and serving as a member of the graduate council.


Taylor University, Upland
Dean of Assessment, August 1999 – July 2007
Provided oversight for university assessment programProvided oversight for accreditation. Responsible for leadership of institutional involvement in the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of the North Central Association of the Higher Learning CommissionLed development of Taylor University AQIP Systems PortfolioMember of the academic affairs leadership teamProvided oversight institutional testing


Taylor University, Upland
Assistant/Associate Professor of Psychology, August 1999 – May 2006
Member of the psychology department responsible for teaching developmental psychology courses, providing academic advising and serving through work on cooperative departmental initiatives


Taylor University, Upland
Associate Dean of Students/Director of Residence Life and Assistant Professor, 1983-1999
Directed the operational, budgetary and personnel activities of the Residence Life and Wellness programsProvided supervision and leadership for 8 professional and 62 student staffServed on the leadership team of the Student Development DivisionDirected other areas within Student Development including Leadership Development and Student Programs


Taylor University, Upland
Residence Hall Director and Instructor, 1978-1983
Provided supervision and program direction for a men’s residence hall housing 290 students
Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota
Director of the Freshman Residence Program, 1977-1978
Responsible for direction of the Freshman Residence Program including approximately 600 students, two professional staff, 30 student staff, and three residence halls.


UNIVERSITY SERVICE


Director of Taylor University’s participation in Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of the North Central Association of the Higher Learning Commission, 2004 – 2007
Chair, Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) Systems Portfolio Development Team. Organized and led the development of the university’s first Systems Portfolio, 2005 – 2007
Proposed and led the development of the Taylor University Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development program and achieved full enrollment in first year of operation, 2006 - present
Chair, Vice-President for Academic Affairs Search Committee, 2005
Lone faculty representative to Presidential Search Committee, 2005
Co-chair, University Council for Assessment and Planning, 2004 – 2007
Created, planned, implemented and led the Taylor University Annual Summer Assessment Summits, 2005-2007
Chair, Assessment Task Force, 2005 - 2007
Led Lighthouse student study/missions team to India, 1998
Member, Taylor University Self-Study Steering Committee for North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 1994-1996
Additional participation in governance and administrative committees and task forces:
Academic Leadership Team
Academic Council
Assessment Council
Graduate Council
Provosts Council
Upland Council for Assessment and Planning
Faculty Personnel Committee
Curriculum Management Committee - Chair
Community Life Committee
Media Board
Teacher Education Committee
Spiritual Life Committee
Wellness Committee


AWARDS


Honored by students, alumni, and program faculty with the creation of the Timothy W. and Kathryn A. Herrmann Endowed Student Scholarship, 2010
Fred A. and Joyce E. Snyder Award for Research and Leadership, Indiana State University School of Education, 2005
Award for Distinguished Alumnus for Service to Taylor University, Taylor University Alumni Association, 2000
First recipient of the Don L. Boender Distinguished Service Award,
Association of Christians in Student Development, 1996


PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS


Bedi, S. S., Herrmann, T. W., & Dayton, S. B. (2008). The Taylor University dashboard report card: Using a dashboard report card to monitor and report institutional performance. Presentation at Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Bedi, S. S., Herrmann, T. W., & Dayton, S. B. (2008). Using a dashboard report card to monitor and report institutional performance. A Collection of Papers on Self-Study and Institutional Improvement, 2008. 113th Annual Meeting Proceedings. Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, IL.
Beers, S.T., Herrmann, T.W. & Blezien, P. (Eds.). (2012). Funding the future: Preparing university leaders to navigate the coming change. Abilene, TX, Abilene Christian University Press.
Byers, P. D., & Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2010). Deed and truth: How spirituality informs college student social concern and action. Presentation at 2010 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA.
Friesen, N., & Herrmann, T. W. (1989). The art of designing a residence hall. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL.
Haines, P. L., & Herrmann, T. W. (1980). Residence hall management. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Taylor University, Upland, IN.
Herrmann, T.W. (1984). Professional growth and development. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AR.
Herrmann, T. W. (1985). Dealing with stress and burnout. Faculty-staff development series, Spring Arbor College, Spring Arbor, MI.
Herrmann, T. W. (1991). Gaining perspective on leadership development. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Gordon College, Wenham, MA.
Herrmann, T. W. (1998). Leadership: A need in student affairs. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.
Herrmann, T. W. (2002). What hope and fear ignite: Helping students grow through difficult circumstances. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Lee University, Cleveland , TN.
Herrmann, T. W. (2003). Kohlberg and Fowler: Two models for considering the moral progress of college students. Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development, (3), 13-22.
Herrmann, T. W. (November, 2004). Promoting and assessing spiritual formation. Presentation at the Assessment Conference of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.
Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2004). Promoting and assessing spiritual formation. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AR.
Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2005). Spirituality in higher education: A national study of college students’ search for meaning and purpose. Keynote response to Jennifer Lindholm of the Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA. 2005 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, George Fox University, Newberg, OR.
Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2005). Student faculty interaction: What difference does it really make? Presentation at 2005 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, George Fox University, Newberg, OR.
Herrmann, T. W. (2005). Student involvement effects on civic engagement in the faith-based setting: An empirical study. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.
Herrmann, T. W. (2008). Relevant pedagogy for a new generation. In S. Beers (Ed.), The soul of a Christian university (pp. 53-76). Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press.
Herrmann, T. W. (Summer, 2010). Review of Souls in transition: The religious & spiritual lives of emerging adults. by C. Smith & P. Snell. Christian Scholar’s Review, 39:4, 488.
Herrmann, T. W., Bird, S., & Trudeau, S. (February, 2003). Combining assessment, organizational and moral development data sets to assess the factors related to character outcomes of the college experience. Presentation at the Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
Herrmann, T.W., & Byers, P. D. (October, 2011). To Consume as we are consumed: The rise of mediated learning models and the decline of wisdom. Paper presentation at 2011 Baylor University Symposium on Faith & Culture: Educating for Wisdom in the 21st Century, Waco, TX.
Herrmann, T.W., & Byers, P. D. (October, 2012). Modeling and Education for Human Flourishing. Paper presentation at 2012 Baylor University Symposium on Faith & Culture: Technology and Human Flourishing, Waco, TX.
Herrmann, T. W., & Case, K. (1990). Designing a campus-wide wellness program. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.
Herrmann, T. W., Coffee, R., & Mahan, A. (1998). Campus collaboration: Ensuring the appropriate and responsible use of information technology. Presentation at the Technology Conference of the Coalition of Christian Colleges and Universities, Taylor University, Upland, IN.
Herrmann, T. W., & Dodge, R. (1986). Academic credit for leadership development: A comprehensive approach. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.
Herrmann, T. W., Lantz, K., & Rodeheaver, L. M. (June 2009). Using institutional data to assess student support needs and study abroad impact. Presentation at NASPA Region 1 International Conference, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Herrmann, T. W., & Trudeau, S. (2001). A case for collaborative assessment efforts between academic and student affairs. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Northwestern College, Orange City, IA.
Herrmann, T. W., & Trudeau, S. (February, 2004). Promoting and assessing spiritual formation. Presentation at the Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
Herrmann, T. W., & Trudeau, S. (June, 2006). The role of student development in promoting student learning. Presentation at 2006 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN.
Herrmann, T. W., Trudeau, S., & Austin, S. (June, 2007). Writers workshop. Presentation at 2007 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN.
Herrmann, T. W., & Maloney, V. (1999). 20 years of data and its implications for residence life and curricular programs. Presentation at the Assessment Conference of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA.
Herrmann, T. W., & Voss, T. (1997). Living together and liking it: Admissions and student development on the Christian college campus. Presentation at the National Association of Christian College Admissions Personnel, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN.
Opitz, D. D., Henck, A. F., Morris, J., & Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2010). New directions in educating student affairs professionals. Presentation at 2010 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA.
Ream, T. C., Herrmann, T. W., & Trudeau, S. (2011). A parent’s guide to the Christian college: Supporting your child’s mind and spirit during the college years. Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press.
Rodeheaver, L. M., & Herrmann, T. W. (June, 2010). Reflection, solitude, and friendship as essential elements of leadership. Presentation at 2010 Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA.
Trudeau, S., Carpenter, G. K., Friesen, N., & Herrmann, T. W. (2001). The state of Christian student affairs. Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development, (1), 5-16.
Trudeau, S., & Herrmann, T. W. (2008). The craft of writing II: Research articles. Presentation at the Association for Christians in Student Development Annual Conference, Cedarville University, Cedarville, OH.


UNIVERSITY PRESENTATIONS


Herrmann, T.W. (August, 2011). The Landscape of Higher Education – The Landscape of Taylor: Challenges facing Higher Education - Challenges facing Taylor. Plenary address for annual faculty conference, Colleagues College.
Herrmann, T. W., & Herrmann, K. A. (November 20, 2009). Pursuing hope, purpose and service. Chapel presentation at Taylor University.
Herrmann, T. W., Trudeau, S., Dodge, R., & Wood, E. (2005). Student characteristics: Comparing data and experience. Presentation at Taylor University Colleagues College.
Herrmann, T. W., & Slager, T. (2003). Understanding the Taylor student body. Presentation at Taylor University Colleagues College.
Herrmann, T. W. (1999). The Christian and consumerism. Presentation as part of Taylor University Real Life Stuff series.


PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENTS


Co-founder and Co-editor, Growth: The journal for the Association of Christians in Student Development, 2000 – present.Founding Member of Graduate Council of the Association for Christians in Student Development, 2006 - present.
Member of Indiana State University Educational Leadership and Foundations doctoral program advisory council 2008 – present.
Directorate (board) member for the Association of College Student Educators International (ACPA) Commission on Graduate and Professional Student Affairs.Member of three person team asked by the ACSD executive committee to develop a monograph on Planning during challenging times in higher education – 2010 - present.
Chaired Presentation Evaluation and Selection Committee for Council of Christian Colleges and Universities Annual Assessment Conference, 2000.
Served on Association for Christians in Student Development Task Force for Future Planning and Direction, 2004.
Co-chairman, Association for Christians in Student Development, Taylor University Conference Planning Committee, 2012.
Chairman, Association for Christians in Student Development, Taylor University Conference Planning Committee, 1998-1999.
Planned, implemented and directed the New Professionals Retreat of the Association for Christians in Student Development, 1997-1998.
Consulting Project: Residence Life Program Review, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, 1998.
Consulting Project: Residence Life Program Review, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California, November, 1996.
President, Association for Christians in Student Development, 1993-1995.
President-elect, Association for Christians in Student Development, 1991-1993.
Treasurer and Membership Chair, Association for Christians in Student Development, 1986-1990.


COURSES TAUGHT


Assessment of Learning in Higher Education
Adolescent Psychology
Child Psychology
Child and Adolescent Psychology
College Student Development
Comparative International Higher Education
Developmental Processes in Leadership
Foundations of Christian Thought – Discussion Group
Higher Education and Student Development Internship Seminar 1 & 2
Introduction to Cross-Cultural Ministry (assisted)
Organization, Governance and Culture in Higher Education
Psychology Senior Seminar
Student Development Seminar


CHURCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE INVOLVEMENTS


Member of the Upland Community Church
Current Activities:
Teach Adult Sunday School
Past Church Activities:
Elder BoardTaught Sunday School (5th and 6th grade, junior high, adult)Served as high school small group leaderAssisted with building project as ableServed on Church CouncilServed on Missions Board – chairServed on Music Board
Past Community Involvements
Coach for boys and girls youth baseballServed on Eastbrook High School Reaccreditation Self-Study CommitteeAssisted with various activities related to Eastbrook High School theater productions including set constructionVolunteer for various local service projects including Habitat for HumanityHave participated in multiple activities of the American Diabetes Association including several “Walk to Cure Diabetes” teamsPresentation to local Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) group: Shaping a child’s heart without breaking their spirit (December, 2004).