Corina R. Kaul,Ph.D., serves as a lecturer in the Online Ed.D. in Leadership and Organizational Change program. Dr. Kaul serves on graduate faculty in the department of Curriculum & Instruction and as the lead faculty for the Ed.D. Online statistics course (EDP 5334), a course she redesigned to incorporate principles of andragogy.
Dr. Kaul received her B.S. from the University of Oregon in Management, Marketing, and Psychology. She earned her M.A. and her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Baylor University. Previously, Dr. Kaul worked in the fields of insurance, human resources, and education.
Dr. Kaul serves as a dissertation chair and methodology advisor for Problem of Practice dissertations. She enjoys teaching statistics, research methods, learning, and human development courses for undergraduates and graduates at Baylor University. Dr. Kaul is passionate about teaching and earned the Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award while working on her doctorate.
Dr. Kaul serves as the primary investigator for multiple grant-funded research studies. For more information, click on the links below:
- Doctoral Writing Self-Efficacy throughout the Dissertation Process
- Doctoral Writing Self-Reflection and Self-Assessment throughout the Dissertation Process
Dr. Kaul’s research interests include the persistence, retention, and writing in online doctoral students, the education of gifted learners, the development of numeracy skills, STEM learning, as well as the intersection of faith and learning. In addition to publishing in scholarly contexts and presenting at professional conferences, Dr. Kaul enjoys mentoring students in the research process.