Chris Unger, EdD
EdD (Human Development and Learning Theory), Harvard University
EdM (Interactive Technology in Education), Harvard University
Chris Unger is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Graduate Programs in Education including the Doctor of Education program. His research interests include the design and development of systems to support and catalyze entrepreneurship and innovation in education and student-centered schools and learning. He has authored numerous professional reports on how states, districts, and schools can mobilize development efforts in their contexts, including Turnaround Practices in Action for the Massachusetts Department of Education. Dr. Unger has also published in peer-reviewed journals, including Principal Leadership; the Journal on Knowledge, Learning and Change; and the Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
Dr. Unger has more than 25 years of experience providing technical assistance and conducting research and evaluation in schools, districts, and state education departments in the U.S. and South America. Previously, he led a number of school, district, and state improvement efforts while at Brown University and directed several university, district, and school improvement initiatives while at Project Zero of the Harvard Graduate School of Education.