Twenty-First Century College Commentaries on Traditional & Nontraditional College Students
by Mary Ferguson
Mary Ferguson is a native of Bennettsville, South Carolina. She earned an Education Doctorate (Ed. D.) in Educational Leadership from Fayetteville State University (NC), MSA, Fayetteville State University (NC), M.Ed., St. Mary University, Leavenworth, Kansas and a BS from Winston Salem State University (NC).
Mary is an Adjunct Assistant Professor member for the School of Educational Leadership at Fayetteville State University. Additional university and higher education professional teaching and administrative affiliates include: The University of Maryland (Heidelberg), Chapman University (Fort Richardson, Alaska), Central Texas College (Ft. Bragg, NC), Webster University (Ft. Bragg, NC), Fayetteville Technical Community College (NC), Carolina Bible College (NC) and Miller-Motte (NC).
Mary served as a school administrator and teacher for elementary, middle, and high schools in various states and countries. Her primary focuses include: research, writing, and presenting referencing the culture of families, community, higher education and public school improvement.
(2013, Paperback, 58 pages)