Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Degree ProgramDoctor of Education (EdD)
Suzanne Wesson earned her Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Texas A & M University-Kingsville/Corpus Christi in Kingsville, Texas (Ed. D, 2002). She completed Texas mid-management, superintendent, and Instructional Leadership Training (ILT) certification through Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi in 1997 and 1998. In addition to these certifications, she completed a Master of Secondary Education through Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi (M.S. 1987). Dr. Wesson earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management through the University of Texas-Austin (BBA, 1981).
Dr. Wesson has served as a public school teacher at the middle school, junior high, and high school level in a large urban district in South Texas. Her campus administration experience includes assistant principal and principal at the high school level. She also served as an Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent.
MS, TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI
BBA, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-AUSTIN
EdD, TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE
Yob, I. M., Danver, S., Schulz, W. C., Simmons, K. O., Kiltz, L. A., Wesson, S. E., Penland, D. R., Kristensen, S., Brashen, H., Gatlin, L., Sidler Krysiak, R. (2015). Curriculum Alignment with a Mission of Social Change in Higher Education Innovative Higher Education
Steffens, K. M., Larkin, M. J., Wesson, S. E., Marshall, R., Bechtold, D. A. (2015). Riley College assessment practices change in response to new educator preparation standards Assessment Matters
Steffens, K. M., Larkin, M. J., Wesson, S. E., Penland, D. R., Marshall, R., Bechtold, D. A. (2016). Riley College of Education and Leadership’s efforts to improve the validity and reliability of student assessment tools Assessment Matters