Sue Adragna

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Doctor of Education (EdD)

Dr. Adragna holds a PhD in Educational Leadership K-2 Programs from Capella University, an EdS in Professional Teaching from Stetson University, A Master’s Degree in Music Education/ Flute from Rollins College, and A Bachelor’s Degree from The Manhattan School of music in Theory and Piano. Her current research interest has been in doctoral student retention. She has been teaching online since 2006. Dr. Adragna travels with the International Flute Orchestra and promotes cultural understanding through music. She has performed in 30 different countries.


PhD, Capella University

Ed.S., Stetson University

MA, Rollins College

BM, Manhattan School of Music

Florida State Teaching Certificate, Florida State

Public Service

International Flute Orchestra, Member -

Awards / Honors

Excellence Award, Keiser University, 2018

Seahawk Spirit Award, Keiser University, 2017


Adragna, S. R., , F. A. (2017). Personality types and persistence in doctoral students: A mixed-methods study. . Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal


Adragna, S., Gatewood, K., Robertson, A. (2015). . Keiser University