Jolan Warren Bishop is a Contributing Faculty Member in the Walden Center for Academic Excellence, where she teaches graduate composition courses. She is also a high school at-risk teacher, working on credit recovery and remediation with students who are not on track to graduate with their classes. Her research interests include at-risk educational settings and online learning. She has also presented on First Amendment issues in student journalism.
Jolan earned her Master of Arts in English from Youngstown State University (2004). She also holds a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in political science, history, and writing (Western New Mexico University, 2017); a Master of Education in Educational Administration (Grand Canyon University, 2017); a Master of Arts in Teaching, with a graduate certificate in Literacy and Language Teaching (Kaplan University, 2012/2013); and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science (Lake Superior State University, 2002).