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Haynes, Cliff



Cliff HaynesClinical Associate Professor

Program Coordinator, Online Student Personnel in Higher Education (SPHE) Program

Graduate Coordinator, School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education (HDOSE)

College of Education
University of Florida
2705J Norman Hall
PO Box 117049
Gainesville, FL 32611
352-273-4310
cliffh@coe.ufl.edu

Biography

In terms of scholarship of teaching, Dr. Haynes teaching courses related to historical and contemporary issues in student affairs administration and leadership and the use of qualitative research methods in higher education administration research. While he occasionally teach face-to-face courses, Dr. Haynes specializes in teaching online in both synchronous and asynchronous modalities. He designs his courses to meet the UF + Quality Matters (UF+QM) standards for online course quality.

Dr. Haynes’ scholarship agenda has four foci. The primary focus is on the experiences of students, faculty, and staff within living-learning programs (LLPs). The second focus explores the graduate student experience, while the third focus is on student affairs experiences in the community college setting. The final focus explores the process of conducting qualitative research within higher education and student affairs.

Through his teaching, research, and service, Dr. Haynes provides opportunities and spaces for faculty, staff, and students to interact and collaborate. His work encourages others to provide similar opportunities by conducting research and assessing these learning opportunities. He hopes to foster a love of learning among his students and develop future leaders and innovators in student affairs and higher education.

Degrees

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration with a minor in Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodology – University of Florida

M.A.Ed., Higher Education and Student Affairs – Virginia Tech

B.A., Communication with a minor in Political Science – University of Arkansas

Key Professional Appointments

Clinical Associate Professor, University of Florida

Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Florida

Student Engagement Specialist – Housing & Residence Education, University of Florida

Academic Initiatives Specialist – Housing & Residence Education, University of Florida

Coordinator of Academic Residential Programs – Housing & Residence Education, University of Florida

Residence Hall Director – Texas State University – San Marcos

Courses Taught

Online, Asynchronous

  • Foundations and Functions of Higher Education and Student Affairs (EDH 6360)
  • History of American Higher Education (EDH 6065)
  • Crisis Management in Higher Education (EDH 6637)
  • Capstone Seminar in Student Personnel in Higher Education (EDH 6935
  • Practicum in Student Personnel (EDH 6947)
  • Student Affairs Administration (EDH 7634)

Online Hybrid (meets online throughout semester and in-person 2-3 times a semester)

  • Student Affairs Administration (EDH 7634)
  • The College Student (EDH 6006)
  • Reading and Designing Qualitative Research (EDF 6464)

Face-to-Face

  • History of American Higher Education (EDH 6065)
  • The College Student (EDH 6006)

Activities and Honors

Editorial Board, The Journal of College and Character

Editorial Board, The College Student Affairs Journal

Reviewer, The Journal of College and University Student Housing

Reviewer, The Qualitative Report

Honors and Awards

  • Rosser Education Excellence Award from the University of Florida College of Education (2020)
  • NASPA-FL Research Award 2019
  • Outstanding Faculty Member Award from the Graduate Student Council for support in service of Graduate Students (2019)

Training and Certifications

  • University of Florida Center for Instructional Technology and Training: Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility Certification- May 2019
  • University of Florida Center for Instructional Technology and Training: Fostering Student Achievement through Facilitation and Feedback Certification- May 2018
  • University of Florida Center for Instructional Technology and Training: Best Practices for Teaching Online Certification- March 2018

Selected Publications

*indicates student status at time of publication

Sriram, R., Weintraub, S. D., Murray, J. L., Cheatle, J., Haynes, C., & Marquart, C. P. (2020). The influence of students’ academic, social, and deeper life interactions on their psychological sense of community. Journal of College Student Development, 61(5). 593-608. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/766014

Sriram, R., Haynes, C., Weintraub, S. D., Cheatle, J., Marquart, C. P., & Murray, J. L. (2020). Student demographics and experiences of deeper life interactions within residential learning communities. Learning Communities Research and Practice [Special issue on residential learning communities], 8(1), Article 8. https://washingtoncenter.evergreen.edu/lcrpjournal/vol8/iss1/8

Sriram, R., Haynes, C., Cheatle, J., Marquart, C. P., Murray, J. L., & Weintraub, S. D. (2020). The development and validation of an instrument measuring academic, social, and deeper life interactions. Journal of College Student Development, 61(2), 240-245. https://doi.org/10.1353/csd.2020.0020

Haynes, C. (2019). Creating new metaphors for women engineering students through qualitative methods. The Qualitative Report, 24(7), 1805-1825. https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol24/iss7/20

Elrod, R.*, Haynes, C., Cade, S.*, Forrest, A.*, Loch, T.*, & Schuckman, G.* (2019). No cookie cutter approach: Supervision in community college student affairs. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 43(2), 149-152. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2018.1424664

Mecoli, N. A.*, Gumbs, N.*, Ward, V.*, Willcox, A.*, & Haynes, C. (2019). Low cost but effective: Staff development activities in community college student affairs. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 43(1), 70-73. https://doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2017.1397567

Haynes, C. (2018). From starting point to support system: Women’s involvement in an engineering living-learning program. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 45(1), 72-93. http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/acuho/journal_vol45no1/index.php#/72

Prikhidko, A.*, & Haynes, C. (2018). Balancing graduate school and mothering: Is there a choice? International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 13, 313-326. https://doi.org/10.28945/4109

Lamb, C.*, Uong, J.*, Haynes, C., Coley, E.*, Valdes, L.*, & Wendel, D.* (2018). Trial and error: How student affairs staff in community colleges learn to supervise. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 42(10), 740-743. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2017.1343690

Haynes, C., & Janosik, S. M. (2012). Faculty and staff benefits from involvement in living-learning programs. Journal of College and University Student Housing, 38(2), 32-45. http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/acuho/journal_vol39no1/index.php#/34

Haynes, C., Bulosan, M., Citty, J., Harris, M. G., Hudson, J., & Koro-Ljungberg, M. (2012). My world is not my doctoral program…or is it?: Female students’ perceptions of well-being. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 7, 1-17. http://ijds.org/Volume7/IJDSv7p001-017Haynes329.pdf