Janice Elisabeth Jones

Janice E. Jones received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, her Master’s in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her bachelor’s in Business Administration from Mt. Senario College. Janice is a tenured associate professor in the School of Leadership-Doctoral Studies Department within the College of Education and Leadership at Cardinal Stritch University. Janice teaches in the Doctoral Leadership Studies Department in both leadership and higher education courses in addition to the Master’s In Educational leadership programs at Cardinal Stritch University. Janice has worked as a consultant for the Department of Public Instruction for the state of Wisconsin and has provided workshops, trainings and professional staff development for a wide variety of K-12 schools throughout the state. Janice has also worked on a number of grants for both the private and public sector. Janice’s areas of expertise and research interests overlap and include issues around early childcare, students with disabilities, vocational development across the lifespan and work/family conflict. Janice has presented locally, regionally, nationally and internationally at research conferences. Having a strong commitment to improve the lives of children, Janice is a member of the Executive Board of Kids Matter, Inc. which is working to improve the lives of foster children in Milwaukee County.


Applied Social Science Approaches to Mixed Methods Research
Mette Lise Baran, Janice Elisabeth Jones. © 2020. 315 pages.
Research that has been presented primarily by quantitative research can benefit from the voice of the participants and the added value of the different perspective that...
Mixed Methods Research for Improved Scientific Study
Mette Lise Baran, Janice Elisabeth Jones. © 2016. 335 pages.
The clear division between quantitative and qualitative research methods becomes problematic when students begin conducting extensive research for the first time, often as part...