Dr. Ted Stuberfield

Dr. Ted Stuberfield is the Director of the Texas Academy of Leadership in the Humanities. He is honored to lead the Academy with a vision that embodies pedagogical practices providing compassionate leadership, rigorous academic expectations, altruistic service opportunities, and the development of educational values in the humanities. He has served as an educator for over 20 years and has worked as a teacher and administrator in pre-K through 12 grade levels. He has taught gifted and talented students at the high school and middle school levels and possesses a wealth of administrative experience ranging from curriculum coordination, assistant principal, and principal. Dr. Stuberfield has been noted for school leadership by the Texas Education Agency for obtaining a ranking of “exemplary” for campus academic performance as well as recognition from the National Assessment of Education Progress.

Dr. Stuberfield is an alumnus of Lamar Universitywhere his Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Administration and Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.). His research interests include gifted and talented education, the achievement gap, cultural proficiency, leadership, African-American males and education, and education policy. He was inducted into the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education and was nominated for the Morphit Distinguished Dissertation Award. He is a member of the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented. He has presented his work for the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). He has presented at the Prairie View School of Education Leadership Conference and most recently at the 11th Annual Lamar University Education Research Conference.  Dr. Stuberfield serves on the Leadership-U Advisory Board for the Center for Doctoral Studies in Educational and Global Leadership.

Dr. Stuberfield is committed to serve students and promote a university community spirit of learning that values service, leadership, and academics with a holistic education in the humanities.