Daniel Serig

Assistant Teaching Professor


Serig is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Northeastern University in the doctoral concentration in higher education administration. He comes to the position after concluding his work as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Massachusetts College of Art and Design where he also held the positions of Associate Vice President, Dean, Chair of Art Education, and tenured associate professor. Research interests include curriculum design, assessment, program evaluation, metaphor, material culture, and artistic research. He primarily teaches research methods courses and electives in the higher education administration concentration within the doctor of education program.

Since 2002, Serig has been part of dozens of arts programming evaluations throughout the U.S. Clients include the National Endowment for the Arts’ Education Leaders Institutes, Cleveland Public Schools, Utah Arts Council, National Dance Institute, Indianapolis Symphony, and ArtsConnection in New York City. Published works are in several art and design education journals. He served as the Research Review section editor of Teaching Artist Journal for three years and editorial board member for Teaching Art for Life journal, and Visual Inquiry: Teaching and Learning in Art. Serig presents nationally and internationally.

Serig received his BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and his doctorate from Teachers College - Columbia University. He has also taught Pre-K through adults in public and private schools in the U.S. and China. In Shanghai, he was a founding faculty member of Concordia International School.


EdD from Teachers College – Columbia University (2005)