John Mann III
Dr. Mann spent 38 years as a teacher, school principal, district director for Leadership Development, Communications and Government Relations, Instructional Media and Technology before assuming the position of Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instructional Services at the District School Board of Pasco County. He is currently the USF David C. Anchin Center's Leadership Development Director and the coordinator for the Gulf Coast Partnership Program.
EPIC Policy Fellows
To help drive the work of the Educational Policy Information Center, EPIC Fellows serve for a two-year appointment an participate in scholarly activities such as preparing policy research papers for publication, preparing EPIC policy briefs, assisting in the production of grant proposals, and making presentations about their work as part of the David C. Anchin Center's Speaker Series.
2019-21 Policy Fellows
Dr. William Black
Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Dr. Nathaniel von der Embse
Associate Professor, School Psychology
Scholars in Residence
The Scholar in Residence Program is an opportunity for University of South Florida faculty to spend one academic year on research focused on a critical issue in education. Scholars in Residence spend their one-year appointment conducting research, submitting articles to research journals, writing grant proposals, and giving presentations about their work to the education community.
2019-20 Scholar in Residence
Dr. Elizabeth Hadley
Assistant Professor, Literacy Studies