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Jackquelyn Haws Veith, Ed.D.

Adjunct Professor of Education

Educational Background:

Ed.D. in Administrative Leadership, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA
M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, Concordia University Wisconsin
B.A. in French and Spanish, University of Oklahoma

Time at PHC: 2008 to present

As an Educational Consultant for JHVeith Consulting, Professor Veith served as Interim Principal at Immanuel Lutheran School in Alexandria, Virginia. Before moving from Wisconsin, she held various positions including: Assistant Principal; Director of Assessment and Curriculum; Director of Honors Program; Director of Language Arts; English and Foreign Language Department Chair; and teacher of French, Spanish, and English at Messmer Catholic Schools, an independent K-12 school system in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She currently directs CLA Practicum/Apprenticeship at Patrick Henry College. She translated French lyrics "What Is This Pleasing Fragrance," in Nativity Suite for Organ:  Based on Five French Carols, composed by Kenneth Kosche (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2005).  She wrote her Master's thesis on Aliteracy:  A Problem of Reading Motivation and Academic Achievement in 2002, and her doctoral dissertation on Investigating the Relationship Between Three Student Engagement Instruments to Inform Student Leadership Development in 2013.