Dr. Larry Froehlich, Ed.D. Education


Dr. Larry Froehlich, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

LDES [email protected]


Ed.D., Ed Admin

West Virginia University

"A Study of Public School Tax Revenue Losses Due to Inadequate Tax Appraisals of West Virginia Coal Land"

M.Ed., Instructional Technology

Kent State University

B.S., Secondary Ed

Kent State University

Higher Education Work Experience

Associate professor

Regional Campuses

Tenured, Associate Professor, teaching Ed Psych and Ed Technology




08/2004 - present

Regional Campus Dean

East Liverpool Campus

Regional Campus Dean

01/2002 - 08/2004

Dean, College of Education

Marshall University

Dean, College of Education at Marshall University, Huntington, WV

01/1997 - 12/2001

Executive Dean and Associate Professor

College of Education and Human Services, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia.

01/1997 - 12/2001

Marshall University is a state-supported institution accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

The University has eight colleges; College of Business; College of Education and Human Services; College of Fine

Arts; College of Liberal Arts; College of Science; Community and Technical College; Graduate College, College of

Nursing and Health Professions, and a School of Medicine. Marshall University enrolls approximately 16,000 students and has 460 full-time faculty members. The College of Education and Human Services is the largest college at

Marshall University, with 105 full-time faculty in three schools; the School of Education, headed by a Chair, the School of Human Services, headed by two division chairs, and the Graduate School of Education and Professional

Development, headed by a Dean (South Charleston, WV). These Schools house Counseling; Educational Leadership;

Family & Consumer Sciences; Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Instructional Technology; Safety

Technology; Elementary Education; Secondary Education, Special Education; Educational Foundations; and Adult and

Technical and Education. The College enrolls 2400 undergraduate and over 2000 graduate students. The Teacher

Education program is NCATE accredited; four other programs are nationally accredited. The college offers BA, MA,

MS, EdS, and EdD degrees. My responsibilities include faculty, budget and programs in the three schools. The College also houses the Autism Training Center (I served on the Board), the Higher Education Learning Problems Center

(HELP Center) (I served on the Board), the Learning Resources Center (Center Director reports to my office), Testing

Center (Center Director reported to my office), and the Child Development Academy (I served as President of the Board).

Other Professional Experience

07/1975 - 12/1984 Various

WV Dept of Education


1999 Research study and report, “Statewide Needs Assessment Survey of Individuals with Disabilities in West Virginia” for the West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation, 1999



Article: “Leader Training” co-author with Dr. Powell Toth, Dr. Paul Leary, and Dr. James Ranson,

West Virginia Graduate College, National Forum of Applied Educational Research

Journal-Electronic, Volume 10E, Number 3, 1997-98.


Journal Articles, Refereed

Published Article: "Are You An Older Than Average Student...."; July, 1988; Learning....for work improvement; co-author Dr. Jane Dunlap, University of Dayton.


Journal Articles, Refereed

Instructors Guides: National Mine Academy Video Tape Series: "Coal Mine Supervisor"

September October, 1987; four guides.


Books Authored

Co Producer: Video tape series for "Coal Mine Supervisors," National Mine Academy; four 20 minute video tapes available for national distribution; January, 1987.




Looking Back to Instructional Strategy Basics, Charging Forward, Methods for Transitioning from the Classroom to the Online Environment, June 2007, National ASCUE Conference; co-presented with Robert Logan, Kent State University, College of Technology.


National Refereed






Accepted for presentation: “The Student Development of Pre-Service K-8 Teachers in Science and Self-Efficacy”. Eastern Educational Research Association for presentation at the February

2001 meeting. Authors: Sottile, James; Carter, Bill; Watson, George; and Froehlich, Larry.


Regional Refereed

Phi Delta Kappa, Huntington Chapter, Key Note Presentation “Education in the Future: By the

Numbers”, October 1999.


Paper: "West Virginia Educational Microcomputer Network and its Role in Vocational Education" presented at the National Network for Vocational Technical Curriculum Coordination

Conference, Boston, July 11, 1984.



Advisory Board, Salem ABT Advisory Board Member

Serve as a faculty member on the Salem Campus ABT Advisory Board.



Coordinator, Program Coordinator for the BTAS

Serve as the Program Coordinator for the BTAS for the Regional College.



Curriculum Advisor, Advisor on the Salem Campus

Advise Salem Campus students in Early Childhood Education, ITAP, Medical Billing and BTAS



Member, Dean Review Committee

Committee to review College of Education Dean




Co PI, Planning Grant from NSF for Institution Level Reform

Collaboration with: Larry Froehlich Bob Logan

Submitted: $175,000.00

NSF - Applied Research




2011 - present

2010 - present

2008 - present

2006 - 2007

2006 - 2007

Status: Not Funded