My favorite part of teaching at Ashford is participating in a profession that gives people opportunities to change their lives.
Michelle Rosser-Majors, PhD
Dr. Michelle Rosser-Majors is an Associate Professor and the Program Chair for the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in the College of Health, Human Services, and Science at Ashford University. She obtained her PhD in Educational Psychology with emphasis in Online Learning and Diversity from the University of Oklahoma, her Master’s degree in 1999 from West Texas A&M University, and her Bachelor’s degree in Art from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Rosser-Majors taught high school for almost a decade before pursuing her PhD. After earning it, she instructed, researched, and consulted for online learning programs for several years before coming on as a faculty member with Ashford.
For the past several years, she has been working and researching in both educational and organizational psychology. Her research interests include leadership development, online learning, and motivation. As a scholar, Dr. Rosser-Majors has published in both national and international peer-reviewed journals, and is co-author of an educational leadership development text, Becoming an Integrated Educational Leader. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association, American Psychological Association, and The National Consortium for Instruction and Cognition. She also serves on the editorial board for the Online Learning Journal (OLJ).
Dr. Rosser-Majors encourages her students to be tenacious and dedicated. She says, “My goal is to provide exceptional learning experiences for my students, as well as prepare them in their future careers. My favorite part of teaching at Ashford is participating in a profession that gives people opportunities to change their lives.”
Dr. Michelle Rosser-Majors, Associate Professor in the College of Health, Human Services, and Science, has a book, Becoming an Integrated Educational Leader, published by Peter Lang of New York (2013).