HANS A. ANDREWS is the Distinguished Fellow in Community
College Leadership for Olney Central College in Southeastern Illinois,
USA. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from
Central Michigan University with minors in Psychology and Sociology.
He received his Masters of Arts degree in Counseling and Guidance
from Michigan State University. He earned his Doctorate in Education
(EdD) degree in Counseling Psychology and Higher Education Admin-
istration from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Hans retired as President of Olney Central College and lives in
Northern Illinois. He was Dean of Instruction at Illinois Valley Community
College and Vice President for Community and Student Services at Kellogg
Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan. He worked several years in two
secondary schools teaching and with dual roles of Director of Counseling
and Guidance. Andrews also taught part-time in the Department of Curriculum
and Instruction at Illinois State University.
Andrews has published seven books on teacher improvement through
evaluation and recognition systems and on dual-credit.
In addition Hans has published over 140 professional articles and served
on three editorial boards of educational journals. He is a nationally known
consultant in t he areas of faculty evaluation, teacher awards and recognition
and dual-credit programs. In the past few years he has published numerous
articles in Australian journals on teacher recognition and evaluation.
Leadership and Research . .
Those whose knowledge and
skill are applied to enable good
qualities in themselves and in
their associates to emerge,
grow, and mature make the
most important and lasting
contributions to mankind.”
“If your research doesn’t result
in practice your research is no
good, and if your practice is not
based on research, your practice
is no good”.
Dr. Ralph Clairon Bedell
|Hans A. Andrews, EdD
Marquette Academy in Ottawa,
Illinois, announces six dual-credit
graduates with a two-year college
Associate Degree at the same time
they achieved their high school diploma.