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Anna Neumann Collection
M.A., University of Texas at Pan American
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
B.A., University of Texas, Austin
Scholarly learning in lifespan perspective. Professors and their intellectual careers. Learning and teaching in higher education. Women's scholarly development. Academic cultures. Qualitative research methodology, interview research methods. The learning of research.
Anna Neumann's research and teaching interests include scholarly learning and development across the lifespan with attention to professors' careers, teaching and learning in universities and colleges, academic women's learning and lives, the development of researchers, and autobiography in research. She is completing a study, funded by the Spencer Foundation's Major Grants Program, of early midcareer professors' scholarly learning and development. Neumann is currently initiating a classroom-based study of undergraduate teaching and learning. Recent writings have focused on professors' learning in their teaching, research, and service; aesthetic dimensions of scholarly learning; and doctoral students' learning of research in education and the social sciences.