Paul Reinert, Ph.D.
AAIE Institute Instructor
In addition to supporting the instructors and content as the AAIE mentor, Dr. Paul Reinert is an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Prior to joining the Wilkes faculty, Paul worked in public education for 34 years as a junior high school science teacher, middle level school counselor, and K-12 administrator at all levels in a variety of leadership roles.
During his time at Wilkes, Paul has worked collaboratively to revise several courses in the Doctoral Program including Ethics for Educational Leaders, Qualitative Methods in Educational Research, and Strategic Thinking and Planning. Paul also works with doctoral students as a dissertation chair, committee member, and examiner, focusing primarily on qualitative methodologies. Paul has worked extensively with Wilkes’ international doctoral cohorts as both an online instructor and residency facilitator.
Paul’s University activity includes membership on the Research and Scholarship Committee, the Mentoring Committee, University Assessment Committee, Council on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (CODIE), and the Wellness Committee.
Most recently, Paul has offered a First Year Foundations (FYF) course for wellness and resilience called Survive and Thrive.
Paul achieved his B.S. University of Scranton, Secondary Education/General Science, M.S. University of Scranton, School Counseling, Secondary Principal’s Certification, Marywood University, and his Ph.D. from Marywood University, Human Development with a Specialization in Education Administration.