Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP) Faculty
Edna West, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Education
B.S., Cleveland State University
M.Ed., Cleveland State University
Ed.D., Ashland UniversityFun Facts
Dr. Edna West is Associate Professor of Education and serves as the Director of Graduate Teacher Education at Ursuline College. Dr. West directs and coordinates the Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP) and the Programs for Advanced Studies in Education (PASE). She holds a Doctorate from Ashland College, and a Specialist in Education, Ed.S., from Cleveland State University in the areas of Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development. Dr. West holds professional licensure as a School Superintendent, High School Principal, Elementary School Principal, Guidance Counselor (K-12), Elementary School Teacher (1-8), and Education of the Handicapped (K-12). Dr. West has taught every grade, K-12, in the public schools. Her research is on closing the Gap in Academic Achievement.
Jane Hayman, Ed.D
Assistant Director of MAP
Ed.D., Akron University
M.A., Stetson University
B.S., Mount Union CollegeDr. Jane Hayman is an Assistant Professor of Education and serves as the Assistant Director of the Master Apprenticeship Program. Dr. Hayman teaches foundational courses in the program. She holds a Doctorate from Ashland College, a Master of Arts degree from Stetson University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Union College. Dr. Hayman has held the positions of School Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, and Reading Supervision, grades K-12. She has teaching experience grades K-8.Lois Buck, O.S.U., Md.D.
Md.D., Kent State University
Field Coordinator for MAP
Sr. Lois Buck is the Field Coordinator for the Master Apprenticeship Program at Ursuline College. Her Postgraduate work from Cleveland State University is in Early Intervention. Sr. Lois’ Master of Education Degree is in Specific Learning Disabilities from Kent State University. She has served as an Instructor, Tutor, and Teacher. Sr. Lois is a Respite Provider for families with young children with special needs, particularly those identified with autism. She designs and implements activities to meet the individual needs of the children and their families.