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Tiffany Hogue Joins Baylor School of Education as Clinical Professor of Higher Education [05/09/2016]

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Hogue-Tiffany-Blog650Tiffany Hogue, who served for thirteen years in Baylor’s Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, including the past five years as the provost’s chief of staff, has joined the School of Education in the role of Clinical Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Educational Administration. She will teach graduate courses in the areas of education leadership, governance and law and teach undergraduate courses in the Leadership minor, a program she initially will direct.

In announcing Hogue’s appointment, School of Education Dean Dr. Michael McLendon said, “Tiffany’s love for students and for teaching and her experience in leading many high-level academic initiatives at Baylor strengthens our capabilities at an important time in our school’s history. She is an esteemed, trusted colleague whose positive impact in our school will be felt immediately.”

A 1995 Baylor graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Hogue earned her Juris Doctorate in 1998 from the Georgetown University Law Center. After practicing employment law at a firm in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, she returned to Baylor in 2000 as assistant dean for academics at the College of Arts and Sciences. From 2003 to 2011, she served as Assistant Provost, a role in which she directed Baylor’s re-affirmation of SACS COC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) accreditation, wrote Baylor’s first QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan), coordinated the Engaged Learning Group Program, developed new assessment instruments for the academic deans, and authored multiple faculty personnel policies.

In 2011, Tiffany became Chief of Staff to Baylor’s Executive Vice President and Provost, where, among numerous roles, she helped design and implement all aspects of the two-year campus-wide strategic visioning process that resulted in the adoption of Pro Futuris. She directed the day-to-day operations of the office, and she trained faculty leaders on a host of legal issues.

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  1. Tiffany, congratulations. Actually, I don’t want you to leave Adrienne and Claire. Can we still babysit?

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