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Kimberly A. Kline, Ph.D. serves as Professor and former Chair of the Higher Education Administration Department at SUNY Buffalo State. Her research focuses on issues of social justice/agency in higher education, professional development, well-being and student learning outcomes assessment. Kimberly has 29 years of experience in higher education and student affairs, both as a faculty member and a professional. She earned a Ph.D. in higher education from Indiana University, a M.S. in student personnel administration from SUNY Buffalo State and a B.A. in political science from Slippery Rock University.
Kimberly has served in International and National leadership roles, as a member of the U.S. Fulbright Program, U.S. Peer Review Committee to Ukraine/Bulgaria/Moldova/Belarus from 2016 – 2018. She also serves as a member of the Fulbright Program in Ukraine, Graduate Student to U.S. Award Review Committee from 2014 – present. Nationally, Kimberly served as a Directorate Member, Association of College Personnel Administrators (ACPA), Commission for Assessment and Evaluation. She had the privilege of serving as a 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla in Ukraine, and returned as a 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar to study the student-initiated protests that led to Euromaidan and the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine.
Kimberly was named a 2015 Diamond Honoree recipient by the Association of College Personnel Administrators Educational Leadership Foundation. She published the text Reflection in action: A gidebook for faculty and student affairs professionals and co-published the text Assessing student learning in the community and two-year college with Megan Moore Gardner and Marilee Bresciani, both for Stylus. Kimberly most recently was presented with the 2020 Buffalo State President's Award for Excellence as a Graduate Research Mentor.
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