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Dr. Arlene Young

Assistant Professor of English
Phone: ext. 2227
Email: younga@centenarycollege.edu

Academic Accomplishments

  • Ed.D. Leadership & Administration, Indiana University of PA 2011
  • M.A. Instructional Leadership, Centenary College 1999
  • Certification of ESL, Fairleigh Dickinson University 1999
  • B.A. English, Certification in Education, Centenary College 1996

Biography

Dr. Arlene Young began her academic career at Centenary College in 1996 as the International Liaison of the College where she oversaw the academic and physical needs of international students at Centenary.  In that capacity, she also represented Centenary abroad while helping to create and formulate articulation agreements with colleges and universities in Spain, Japan, and Korea. During her time as International Liaison, she served as an adjunct instructor of freshmen English and ESL courses.  Later, she became a full-time faculty member teaching Composition and Rhetoric, as well as Academic Foundation courses.

Dr. Young was chairperson of the College’s President Circle, chairperson of the Circle’s Nominating Committee and has been a member since 1996.  She and her husband are lifelong residents of New Jersey and own and operate Shadow Morgan Farm, a Morgan horse farm in rural, northwest  New Jersey.

 

Research

Dr. Young’s Doctoral Dissertation focused on the Learning Styles of international students.  The results of her study provide reasons for an optimistic assessment of the response of Asian students to their new learning environment, as well as for a positive evaluation of the response of the instructional staff to the learning style differences of Asian students.  Dr. Young has been published in The Journal of International Students where she also served as an assistant editor.

Dr. Arlene Young