Dr. Maria Cseh
Dr. Maria Cseh
Associate Professor, Human and Organizational Learning
School: Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Department: Human and Organizational Learning, Cross-Disciplinary
For the past 15 years, Dr. Cseh has served as the Director of the Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) Doctoral Program and is committed to creating a welcoming and intellectually nurturing environment for the diverse HOL doctoral students. Dr. Cseh holds a B.S./M.S. degree in electronics engineering, a M.A. in business administration with a focus on international management, a certificate in global policy studies, and a Ph.D. in adult education with a specialization in global human resource development. Dr. Cseh’s diverse professional background and multicultural experience led to her expertise in adult learning, leadership, and change in international and cross-cultural contexts. Her research interests include informal learning, organizational development and change, global leadership, and the development of global mindset and cultural competence that will help leaders and change agents address the increasingly complex issues facing our world. She is also continuing her inquiries into learning across cultures, including indigenous learning to find creative and innovative sustainable solutions for healthy organizations and societies. She serves on Advisory Boards of international journals, has been elected for two terms on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Human Resource Development, lectures internationally, and serves as adviser and consultant to organizations.