Mette Lise Baran

Mette L. Baran completed her Ed.D. in Administrative Leadership and Supervision from DePaul University. She obtained an M.B.A. in International Business And a baccalaureate degree in Marketing from DePaul University. Mette is a tenured assistant professor in the School of Leadership-Doctoral Studies Department within the College of Education and Leadership at Cardinal Stritch University and teaches leadership, learning, higher Education, and research courses. Her background includes being a faculty member and senior executive at Robert Morris University in Chicago including the positions as campus director, director of education, and director of development. She is an international consultant preparing U.S. professional for their overseas assignments. Dr. Baran’s research interests and expertise include looping, student attitudes and achievement, charter schools, middle school education, higher education administration and access, international family policy, and peace study. She has authored the book, The Impact of Looping in Middle School. She is a member of the Board of Trustees to Robert Morris University. In addition, she is a Board member of several not-for-profit organizations.


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...