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Harriet Schwartz PhD

    Associate Professor, Education - Graduate
    Associate Professor, Professional Counseling

CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: 412.578.8720
Email: hlschwartz@carlow.edu
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/harrietschwartz/
Webpage: http://www.harrietschwartz.com

  1. Biography
  2. Publications
  3. Research Interests

Dr. Schwartz teaches in the School of Education and Psychology Department at Carlow and holds a PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University and a Masters in Athletic Counseling from Springfield College.

Prior to joining the faculty at Carlow, she worked in Student Affairs at Carnegie Mellon University for several years. Her career has also included work at Bard College (Director of Career Development) and University of Hartford (Academic Advisor for Men’s Basketball).

Schwartz, H.L. (2013). Dinner at Fitzwilly’s: Intellectual mattering in developmental relationships. In Dominguez, N. & Gandert, Y. (Eds). Sixth Annual Mentoring Conference Proceedings: Impact and Effectiveness of Developmental Relationship. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico

Schwartz, H. L. (Ed.). (2012). Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Schwartz, H. L. (2012). Reflection and Intention: Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning. In H. L. Schwartz (Ed.), Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning, New Directions for Teaching and Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Schwartz, H. L. (2012). Editor’s Notes. In H. Schwartz (Ed.), Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning, New Directions in Teaching and Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Booth, M., & Schwartz, H. L. (2012). We’re All Adults Here: Clarifying and Maintaining Boundaries with Adult Learners. In H. L. Schwartz (Ed.), Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Yamashita, M., & Schwartz, H. L. (2012). The Coconut and the Peach: Understanding, Establishing, and Maintaining Boundaries with International Students. In H. L. Schwartz (Ed.), Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Schwartz, H. L., & Holloway, E. L. (2012). Partners in learning: A grounded theory study of relational practice between master’s students and professors. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 20(1), 115–133.

Schwartz, H. (2011). From the classroom to the coffee shop: Graduate students and professors effectively navigate interpersonal boundaries. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 23(3), pp. 363-372.

Schwartz, H (2009). Thankful learning: A grounded theory study of relational practice between master’s students and professors (doctoral dissertation).

Schwartz, H (2009). Facebook: The New Classroom Commons? The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Schwartz, H. (2006). PSU violates student trust in Portland case. (Op-ed). The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, PA. June 7, 2006 (also published in [Allentown, PA] Morning Call) Schwartz Patriot-News Portland op-ed.pdf

Schwartz, H. (2004). Spirituality 101: the indispensable guide to keeping – or finding – your spiritual life on campus. Woodstock, VT: Skylight Paths Publishing.
*book reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly, National Academic Advising Association Journal and various websites

Golden, D. & Schwartz, H. (1994). Building an ethical and effective relationship with student government leaders. In M. Terrell & M. Cuyjet (Eds.), Developing Student Government Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Golden, D. & Schwartz, H. (1992). A student affairs companion. Louisville, KY.

Schwartz, H. (1991). An interview study of former student leaders' perceptions of an ethical conflict involving the college or university president. Journal of College Student Development, September, 447-454.

Schwartz, H. (1990). Solve your staff problems well in advance. College Media Review, Spring, 15-16.

Schwartz, H. (1990). Guest column (Student Press and the Administration). College Media Advisors Newsletter, December/January, 12-13.

Petitpas, A. & Schwartz, H. (1989). Assisting student athletes in understanding and identifying transferable skills. The Academic Athletic Journal, Fall, 37-42.

Schwartz, H. (1989). Transferable skills instrument for athletes. Keep the Dream Alive: Positioning Yourself for Success. United States Olympic Committee Job Opportunities Program.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Dr. Schwartz's research interests include: relational practice, mentoring, graduate education, social justice, positive psychology, and social media and education.
 

PRESENTATIONS

“Relational Practice in Theory”. Antioch University PhD in Leadership and Change Summer Residency. Yellow Springs, OH. July 30, 2013
 
“Educating with RCT: Being a Practitioner of RCT in Academic Settings”. (Invited faculty with
Dolores Finger Wright). Jean Baker Miller Training Institute Summer Intensive, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.  June 21, 2013

“Exploring Interpersonal Boundaries: A Workshop for Peer Mentors and Resident Assistants”. Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. August 20, 2012

“RCT Practice: Promoting Justice in Our Worlds”. (Invited facilitator). Jean Baker Miller Training Institute Summer Intensive, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. June 22, 2012

“Students and Self-Disclosure in the Classroom: A Faculty Development Program”. Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. April 20, 2012 (with Marsha Frank, Jessica Friedrichs, & Joe Roberts)

“Teaching and Learning as Relational Practice”. Faculty development session, Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. January 27, 2012. (invited to repeat the session twice, once for additional faculty and once for department of psychology doctoral teaching assistants)

“Faith Forum”, Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. October 25, 2011. (invited panelist)

“Exploring Interpersonal Boundaries: A Workshop for Peer Mentors and Resident Assistants”. Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. August 19, 2011

“Teaching and Learning: A Relational Practice” (poster session). Jean Baker Miller Training Institute Summer Intensive, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. June, 26, 2011

“‘Talking’ the Talk Through Media Commentary”. Jean Baker Miller Training Institute Summer Intensive, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. June, 25, 2011

Connected Teaching: Generating Energy and Maintaining Boundaries with Adult Students” AHEA Annual Conference, Chicago, October, 2009

“Facebook, Blogs, & Friendly Treehouses: Mentoring Adult Learners Using Social Media” (with M. Booth). AHEA Annual Conference, Chicago, October, 2009

“Co-creating Animated Space with Our Graduate Students” (with S. Turner & M. Ezzell). AHEA Annual Conference, Mobile, AL. October 3, 2008

“Leading Ethically in the Field” (Faculty Moderator). Carlow University Graduate Colloquium, Pittsburgh. April 9, 2008.

“Metaphors and Models: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Mentoring Relationships” ACPA Conference, Atlanta. April 1, 2008

“Spirituality, Storytelling, and the Art of Finding Common Ground” (poster session) NASPA Conference, Washington, D.C. March 14, 2006

“Consulting and Collaboration: New and Shared Strategies for Working with Music Faculty”Network of Music Career Development Officers Conference, New York, NY. January 10, 2006

“Education and Community Service: Are They Compatible Issues” (panelist). Western Pennsylvania Leadership Seminar, Pittsburgh, PA. May 30, 1992

“Leaders Caught in the Middle: CSAOs, Student Leaders, and Campus Controversies” (with D. Golden). NASPA National Conference, Washington, D.C. April 6, 1991

“Community Service Program Models - Domestic and International” (panelist; also served as discussion leader).  The Partnership for Service-Learning Eighth Annual International Conference, St. Louis, MO. March 1, 1991

“Student Leaders and Ethical Controversies on Campus: Qualitative Research Findings and  Implications for Student Affairs Professionals” (with D. Crane). College Student Personnel Association, Fall Conference, Rochester, NY. October 1, 1990

“Controversy, Confusion, and Commitment: Ethical Controversies and the Student Leader” (with J. Fried). American College Personnel Association, National Convention, St. Louis, MO. April 2, 1990

“Small Shop, Multiple Programs” (with A. Miller).  Conference on Counseling Athletes, Springfield, MA. June 2, 1989

“Student Newspaper Staff Management: Motivation, Communication, & Evaluation” College Media Advisors, National Convention, Atlanta, GA. October 29, 1989