Dan Sarofian-Butin

Academic Title

  • Professor, Education

Administrative Support

  • Digital/Online Learning
  • Education Policy
  • Higher Education
  • High-Impact Practices
  • Service Learning
  • Teacher Preparation

I am the author and editor of close to 100 academic publications, including eight books. I have been named as one of the top 200 “Public Presence” education scholars five years in a row and blog at HuffPost and InsideHigherEd.com. 

My scholarship focuses on high-impact and community-engaged teaching and learning, with a recent emphasis on the rise of digital learning technologies and their impact on higher education policy and practice.

  • Ph.D. Foundations of Education University of Virginia
  • M.A. Liberal Arts St. John’s College
  • B.S. Management Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  •  Digital Learning Technologies
  • Education Policy
  • Higher Education
  • High-Impact Practices
  • Service Learning
  • Teacher Preparation
  • (ED 610G) Research Methods
  • (ED 635G) Theories of Organizational Change
  • (ED 691G) Community Engagement: Theory and Practice
  • (EDU 2110) Foundations and Principles of Education

Sarofian-Butin, D. 2017. “Me and the Devil Was Walkin’ Side-by-Side: Demythologizing (and Reviewing) the Handbook of Service Learning and Community Engagement.” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 24(2).

Sarofian-Butin, D. 2017. “Democracy Dies in Dualisms: A Response to Atkinson’s ‘Dewey & Democracy.’” Democracy & Education, 25(2), Article 7.

Interviewed by the BBC: “Superstars Plan Next Career With Harvard Course” July 6, 2017.

Sarofian-Butin, D. “It’s Actually Not About the Student” in InsideHigherEd.com, April 17, 2017.