Marilee Bresciani Ludvik
postsecondary educational leadership
Leadership Community College
United States of America
Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, Ph.D. is a professor of postsecondary educational leadership at San Diego State University. Prior to that, she served as Assistant Vice President of Institutional Assessment at Texas A&M University and in a variety of student affairs, academic affairs, and alumni relations leadership roles at various types of institutions. Marilee has consulted with over 200 institutions on assessment and accountability matters, preparing institutions to meet and surpass accreditation standards within the USA and in many other countries. In addition, Marilee assists organizational leaders identify and leverage opportunities to collaborate across division lines, using mindfulness-based inquiry practices, nonviolent communication and difficult conversation process, compassion practices, as well as design thinking. Marilee can be reached a
cultivating emotion regulation
Bresciani Ludvik, M.J (2015). The neuroscience of learning and development and its implications for inquiry. The Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry. https://jsai.scholasticahq.com/article/382-the-neuroscience-oflearning-and-development-and-its-implications-for-inquiry
Bresciani Ludvik, M.J. & Golding, P. (2017). Preventing violent extremism through education: Five steps to consider for cultivating emotion regulation. US-China Education Review B,7(1).23-31.