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Anne M. Hornak, Ph.D.


  • Bachelor of Science, 1994, University of Detroit;
  • Masters in Professional Counseling, 1996, Central Michigan University;
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education, 2003, Michigan State University

​​​Courses Taught

  • EDL 274 - Gender in Higher Education;
  • EDL 815 - Ethical Leadership;
  • EDL 698 - Colloquium;
  • EDL 800 - Qualitative Research; ​
  • EDL 816 - Social Justice in Education; ​
  • EDL 516 - Social Justice ​

Research Interests

  • Ethical Leadership;
  • Community Colleges and student affairs;
  • Rural students;
  • Intercultural development and study abroad


Royer, D. W., Latz, A. O., Ozaki, C. C., Hornak A. M., & Qi, W. (2020). Making community college student affairs visible in master’s-level student affairs preparation: A longitudinal curricular audit. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, DOI: 10.1080/10668926.2020.1771627 

Hornak, A. M. (2019). Practical overview of ethical decision-making models. In A. M. Hornak (Ed.). Ethical and legal issues in student affairs and higher education. Charles Thomas Publisher. 

Hamstra, C., Ampaw, F., & Hornak, A. M. (In press). Incorporating culturally relevant education (CRE) in STEM gateway courses. In L. Parson & C. C. Ozaki (Eds). Teaching and Learning for Social Justice and Equity in Education: Methods and Curriculum Across Content Areas, Volume II. Palgrave Macmillan.

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