Mary Churchill

Mary Churchill is the Executive Director and Founding Editor of University of Venus. In addition to writing at University of Venus and She’s Got It! at Inside Higher Ed, she created Old School, New School at The Chronicle and is regularly invited to write and present on the future of education.

Mary is passionate about the role of public engagement in higher education. In her twenty-five years of management experience, she has tirelessly advocated for a new paradigm of leadership informed by diversity, collaboration, and equity. She earned her Ph.D. in Sociology in 2004 and has taught courses in International Studies, Sociology, and Political Science.

Mary is the Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) at Wheelock College in Boston. She is also on the board of the Massachusetts Network of Women Leaders in Higher Education which is affiliated with the American Council on Education's Inclusive Excellence Group and involved with ACE's Moving the Needle initiative focused on advancing women leaders in higher education. 

She and her husband and their 13-year old son are active in their Roxbury neighborhood in Boston and Mary serves on several community-based committees and boards. Originally from the “pets or meat” world portrayed in Michael Moore’s Flint, Michigan; she was the first in her family to attend college.

Mary can be reached by e-mail at marylchurchill@gmail.com and can also be found on Twitter (@mary_churchill) and LinkedIn.

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Most Recent Articles

April 9, 2018
Intimate relationships on campus, exclusion of scholars of color, prioritizing innovation
April 4, 2018
Degree completion, university revolutions, and prioritizing success over access.  
March 6, 2018
Co-presidents, Inclusive teaching, Future jobs lab
February 26, 2018
Art-makers, Independent Students, Intellectual Leaders, Change Agents
February 12, 2018
Digital apprenticeships, Chief Innovation Officers, Preventing sexual assault on campus
February 5, 2018
Gen ed, incentives and more.
January 29, 2018
A new feature.  
January 25, 2018
Life realities.  
September 14, 2017
Welcome to the Class of 2021!
September 1, 2016
U Chicago's "We Don't Do 'Safe Spaces' Or 'Trigger Warnings.'"

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