Chinasa Elue, Ph.D

bDr. Chinasa Elue is an associate professor of Educational Leadership and Higher Education in the Department of Educational Leadership.

Dr. Elue teaches graduate level courses in the Department of Educational Leadership and in the newly launched Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration. Her research focuses on issues of educational access and equity for marginalized populations across the P-20 continuum. The first strand of her research explores the college choice decisions of underserved student populations. Her second line of inquiry explores the impact of law and policy, research, and practice on the educational opportunities for marginalized populations. Lastly, her third line of inquiry examines issues of work life balance and productivity amongst graduate students and faculty.

Research Interests

  • Grief Leadership in Higher Education
  • Black Women and Girls Experiences in Educational Settings
  • College Choice and Access for Underserved Student Populations
  • Issues to Health and Wellbeing for Underserved Communities
  • Work Life Balance and Productivity Amongst Graduate Students and Faculty