Ph.D. Student in Educational Leadership and Policy, Miami University

Dustin Hornbeck, who holds master's degrees in American history and government and in education, taught history and government for nine years in several high schools in Ohio and was the James Madison Fellow for Ohio in 2014. He is currently a graduate assistant and doctoral student in education policy at Miami University. While teaching, Dustin was the teachers union president for four years for Piqua City Schools. Dustin has taught part-time at Ohio Northern University, Clark State Community College, and Marion Technical College. Prior to teaching, Dustin worked in the Ohio State Legislature, and briefly for the Auditor of State.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Student in Education Policy, Miami University

Education

  •  
    The Ohio State University, B.A. in History
  • 2016 
    Ashland University/Georgetown (Fellowship), M.A. in American History and Government
  • 2008 
    University of Findlay, M.A. in Social Studies Education