Assistant professor, educational leadership
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 727-873-4053
Office Location: USF St. Petersburg campus, COQ 235
Dr. Jenifer Hartman began her career as an educator in the public K-12 system, serving
as both a teacher and an administrator. Throughout her career she has focused on
equitable student access and opportunity to learn. Her research interests include
K-12 to university administration collaborations which aim to foster success in students,
and culturally responsive educational leadership. Prior to joining the University
of South Florida, she served as the Director of Practice-Based Research in San Antonio,
Texas, on federal government contract to conduct educational research for state education
She has collaborated with USF's Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services (OLITS), a resource that supports online faculty teaching and assists in the development of courses and course materials, and published an article on how to translate interpersonal skills and the theoretical framework of face-to-face courses into effective and engaging online courses.
Hartman, J. J. (2021). The Lift: Developing a positive school climate and increasing student success in a high-poverty urban high school. Cherkowski, S., Kutsyuruba, B., Walker K. (Eds). Positive Leadership for Flourishing Schools (First edition, pp. 63-76). North Carolina: IAP – Information Age Publishing.