Dr. Robert Millward

  • Robert Millward

    Coordinator, Administration and Leadership Program

    Contact Information:

    Office: 136 Stouffer
    Phone: 724-357-5593
    E-mail: millward@iup.edu

    Academic Qualifications:

    • BS, Elementary Education, California State College
    • MEd, Counseling, Duquesne University
    • DEd, Curriculum and Instruction, Pennsylvania State University

    Academic Interests:

    • Leadership Theory
    • Analysis of Classroom
    • History

    Course Specialties:

    • Leadership Theory
    • Analysis of Effective Instruction
    • Research Instrument Design and Analysis

    Personal Narrative:

    Bob is a professor of education and currently directs the doctoral program in Administration and Leadership Studies at Indiana, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of California State College with a BS in Elementary Education. He began his teaching career in the West Jefferson Hills School District and was chairman of the Middle School Science Department. While there, he completed his master’s Degree at Duquesne University, majoring in guidance and counseling. After leaving West Jefferson Hills, Bob earned his doctorate at Penn State University. For the past 42 years he has taught undergraduate and graduate classes at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

    Bob has produced two DVDs within the past several years. The first DVD, titled Bringing History to Life, focuses on the French and Indian War and the paintings of artist Robert Griffing. His second DVD, titled A Leadership Walk Across Gettysburg, focuses on leadership decisions related to the Gettysburg campaign. He is currently coordinating a $350,000 Heinz Endowment Grant designed to recruit African American males into the teaching profession. Within the past year, he had two articles published in School Administrator, as well as Indiana Life Magazine. Recently, he wrote an article for the summer 2014 edition of Talk Magazine titled “Recruiting African American Male Teachers.”