The College of Education & Human Performance faculty represents many disciplines, many strategies, and many visions. By bringing together a diverse group that is able to build a strong and collaborative learning community through different perspectives, the College of Education is able to create new and innovative classroom for students in the 21st century.
Dr. Nicole Ennis resides in West Liberty and has been a teacher and teacher leader in public education for 16 years. She has worked as a preschool and special education teacher, reading specialist, principal, and assistant superintendent. She is 2003 Graduate of West Liberty University with a B.A. in Elementary Education and Special Educations. She earned her M.A. in Reading Education from Marshall University and Principal and Superintendent Certification from Salem International University. She is a 2017 graduate of Robert Morris University with a Ph.D. in Instructional Management and Leadership. Her research interest includes reading education, special education, and school leadership.