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John Pijanowski
Biographical Information

Dr. John Pijanowski serves as Campus Faculty Chair and is a professor of Educational Leadership who studies leadership development and the judgment-action gap (exploring why when we know what we should do, we sometimes do something else). He served abroad in 2018 as a Fulbright Scholar and currently holds a four year term on the Fulbright Specialist roster. In 2011 he received the Charles and Nadine Baum Faculty Teaching Award - the highest teaching honor at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Pijanowski earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Brown University and a Master's and Ph.D. from Cornell University in Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education. He has served as President of the Teaching Academy, Co-Director of the Wally Cordes Center for Teaching and Faculty Support Services, Chair of the Campus Faculty, and Chair of the Faculty Senate at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Pijanowski has authored or co-authored more than 60 publications, delivered over 75 presentations, and directed grants and gifts totaling more than $8.5 million. He is the founder and current PI of the IMPACT Arkansas Fellowship Program.

Distinctions at UCEA
2017-2018 PSR
University of Arkansas