Assistant Teaching Professor
Dr. Alex Fronduto is an Assistant Teaching Professor within the Graduate School of Education in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Premedical and Health Studies (Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences), a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration (Northeastern University), and a Doctorate in Health Sciences (Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences). His previous research has ranged from the lab-based sciences (Kaposi's Sarcoma-associated Herpes Virus [KSHV] and Yeast-Two Hybrid System) to education (Team-based learning in health professions education and its impact on student achievement). His work experience includes working in enrollment management for ten years at a private four-year university with responsibilities including, but not limited to recruitment of all populations of students (freshman, transfer, graduate, adult learners, etc.), full-time admission staff and student worker supervision, travel coordination, operations and data management, affordability and financial aid, and event/marketing management. Currently his teaching includes courses such as Foundations of Higher Education, The New Supervisor, Challenges in Supervision, Connecting Theory and Practice, and more. In addition to teaching, he chairs and second reads for Doctor of Education students working on their dissertations. Dr. Fronduto is a member of and has presented at conferences for NEACAC (New England Association for College Admission Counselors) and NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling).