Lynne M. Wiley

Lynne M. Wiley
Visiting Professor of Arts and Humanites,
SUNY Empire State College

Lynne M. Wiley is visiting professor of arts and humanities at SUNY Empire State College. Her scholarship focuses on issues in moral philosophy, as well as the intersection between ethics and higher education. She has previously served as associate dean of the Genesee Valley Center of SUNY Empire State College; as vice president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges; as associate/interim dean of St. Mary’s College of California; as research associate at the University of California, Berkeley; and director of student services at Cornell University; as an American Council on Education fellow. Throughout her career, Wiley has studied and taught in programs designed to blend the foundational values of the humanities with professional disciplines. In addition to her work as a faculty member, Wiley has been responsible for institutional academic quality; curriculum development; new program development; strategic planning; program and institutional accreditation; learning outcomes assessment; full- and part-time faculty recruitment; faculty professional development; and academic and student services.

updated 1993

Publications by Lynne M. Wiley
This 1992-93 volume marks the eighth edition of PACE's Conditions of Education in California. The year 1993 also marks PACE's tenth anniversary. For a decade now, PACE has endeavored to compile a continuing picture of education in the state by…