Dr. Eugene L. Zdziarski, II

Vice President - Student Affairs
Department: Dean of Students Office
Office: 110 Alumni Gymnasium
Phone: 375-2592

zdziarski@roanoke.edu

Degrees:

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Administration, Higher Education Administration, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.  December 2001

Master of Science in Education, Educational Leadership, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. June 1986

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Personnel Management, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. July 1983

Books:

Zdziarski, E. L., Dunkel, N. W., & Rollo, J. M. (2007). Campus crisis management: A comprehensive guide to planning, prevention, response, and recovery. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Harper, K., Paterson, B. & Zdziarski, E. (2006). Crisis Management: Responding from the heart.  Washington, D.C.: NASPA.

Recent Publications:

Dublon, F. & Zdziarski, E. L. (2013). Competency Five: Governance and Relationship Building.  In D. M. Waryold & J. M. Lancaster (Eds.), State of student conduct – Current forces and future challenges: Revisted (pp. 27-30). College Station, TX: Association of Student Conduct Administrstion,

Zdziarski, E. L. (2010).  A small college perspective on institutional budget issues. In L. E. Varlotta & B. C. Jones (Eds.), Student affairs budgeting and financial management in the midst of fiscal crisis (pp. 21-27).  San Francisco:Jossey Bass.

Zdziarski, E. L. & Watkins, D. (2009).  What is the crisis management plan at my new Institution? Crisis management for new professionals.  In M. J. Amey & L. M. Reesor (Eds.), Beginning your journey: A guide for new professionals in student affairs (pp. 173-184). Washington, DC: NASPA.

Jablonski, M., McClellan, G. & Zdziarski, E. (2008). In search of safer communities: Emerging practices for student affairs in addressing campus violence. Washington, D.C.: NASPA.

Available as a Media resource for the following topics:

Campus Safety & Emergency Management

Legal Issues in Higher Education

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on:

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