Center for General Education
Dr. Yvette McCauley is a lifelong learner and student of adult learning practices. She completed her Doctorate of Education degree specializing in Higher Education and Adult Learning at Walden University 2016. Dr. McCauley earned her Master of Education in educational leadership with an emphasis in curriculum and instruction from American Intercontinental University, and, completed her Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management at Davenport University, with a concentration in Human Resources Management. Her teaching experience includes writing, literature, and business courses at the College of Lake County and leading Adult Basic Education courses at Virginia Beach Adult Learning Center. Likewise, she spent several years teaching in the public school environment. Dr. McCauley has also served in the field of education as an academic advisor and enrollment specialist at Corinthian Colleges.
Dr. McCauley has published one peer reviewed article focused primarily on raising the awareness of conducting timely and effective program evaluations /Literacy Instruction with Digital and Media Technologies, academic writing, increasing reading abilities and diversity. Dr. McCauley is currently in our Postdoctoral Fellow-CGE/General Education program. Her current research focus interests focus primarily on education, employment, and social changes during the college transition.