For more than two decades, Dr. Hugh Glenn served as a college and university professor, researcher, and institutional researcher, including appointments at three California State Universities (Northridge, Los Angeles, San Bernardino), Pepperdine University, and Argosy University. In addition, for five years he served as Director of Special Education and Speech Services for a large neuropsychiatric medical practice in southern California, a period during which he was responsible for the diagnosis and instruction of children and adolescents assessed and instructed at one of the group’s three clinics. Regarded as learning disabled, these students attended special education classes in public schools, attending additional classes at the nearest clinic after school.
As a consultant, online editor, and academic advisor, he has helped many PhD and MA candidates complete final projects, theses, and dissertations. For many years, he taught reading, writing, and technical writing to college and university students. He also taught research methods, statistics, SPSS, curriculum and instruction, leadership, and program evaluation.
Dr. Glenn currently serves as Deputy President of Future Academy (www.FutureAcademy.org.UK), an educational consultant, adviser to doctoral candidates and graduate students, and edits the European Journal of Education and Educational Psychology. An annual speaker at Future Academy's International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (www.ICEEPSY.com), Dr. Glenn was named its Honorary Lifetime President in 2010. He also serves as an adviser, speaker, and member of Future Academy's Scientific Committee for the International Congress of Clinical and Counselling Psychology (www.cpsyc.org).
Dr. Glenn's writings have appeared in professional publications, including Education Digest, Elementary School Journal, The Commentator, and The Reading Teacher.
As the Institutional Researcher for the South Orange County Community College District, Dr. Glenn completed the following studies, published by ERIC:
A Review of Present and Proposed Occupational and Degree
Programs Offered by the Saddleback Community College District
and the Labor Market in Orange County (ED265896).
A Study of the Functions Performed by Coordinators in the
Saddleback Community College District (ED224509).
A Telephone Survey: An Asssessment of the Community Participation and Planned Enrollment in the Programs and
Courses at Saddleback College (ED248934).
An authority on distance education and distance learning, Dr. Glenn formerly served as the SuccessLetter Columnist for Embanet, now Embanet-Compass Knowledge Group (www.EmbanetCompass.com). See selected columns in Hugh’s View.