Joél Lewis

Joél Lewis received a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management, Master of Science and Instructional Design and Development from the University of South Alabama. Joél is currently an Associate Professor at the University of South Alabama, College of Education in Instructional Design and Development. She is a Co-Director of the Center for Design and Performance Improvement, Co-Chair of the College of Education Diversity Committee and is sponsor of the IDD Graduate Student Association. She has received awards such as the Lisa Mitchell Bukstein Foundation Scholarship for Developing Faculty in Education , Pillans Middle School Leadership and Service Award, Mortar Board: National College Senior Honor Society – Top Professor Award, Leadership Alabama Initiative Participant, and Mobile Bay Monthly’s Forty under Forty Inaugural Class. Her research interests include diversity, leadership development, and technology integration.


Technology as a Tool for Diversity Leadership: Implementation and Future Implications
Joél Lewis, André M. Green, Daniel W. Surry. © 2013. 330 pages.
Although diversity and leadership are not new concepts, the changing of populations, advances in technology, and development of theoretical perspectives have led to the emergence...
Diversity Leadership: A Necessity for the Future
Joél Lewis, Daniel W. Surry. © 2013. 10 pages.
This introductory chapter covers the need for professionals in all sectors to embrace and adopt diversity leadership practices. This imperative outlook on how we use technology...
Technology in Higher Education: Understanding Student Issues
David C. Ensminger, Joél Lewis. © 2011. 12 pages.
Technology has played a significant role in changing the face of higher education. In order to successfully use technology, institutions of higher education must recognize that...