PhD, Higher Education Administration and Entrepreneurship, University of Florida
MEd, Student Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
BEd, English and Economics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Uttam Gaulee is a faculty member in the Community College Leadership Doctoral Program at Morgan State University. He studies international higher education at the intersection of public policy, globalization, and multiculturalism. As a scholar of international higher education, Dr. Gaulee investigates how U.S. institutions are preparing their students' growth as global citizens. He is currently documenting the international adaptations of the idea of American Community College. He is in the process of editing Global Adaptations of Community College Infrastructure to be published by IGI Global (www.igi-global.com) scheduled for release in 2018.
Prior to Morgan, Dr. Gaulee served as program director of Community College Futures Assembly, a national think tank that recognizes most innovative community college programs nationwide in three categories - a) instructional programs and services, b) planning, governance, and finance, and c) workforce development. In this capacity, Dr. Gaulee also supervised the organization of national policy summit on reverse transfer and talent pipeline management.
Some of the course Dr. Gaulee teaches at Morgan State include Student Development in Community College, Learning Centered Community College, Community College Finance and Budgeting, Qualitative Research Methods in Education, Technology in Contemporary Community College.