Dan Noel, Ph.D.

Leadership Studies in Educ
Senior Lecturer and Director of Community-Based Learning
Allyn Hall 451, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

2020 Summer Office Hours

*Due to WSU campus closure, all appointments will be conducted using web-conferencing tools (Pilot Live, Zoom, Skype, FaceTime), phone, or email.  Email Dr. Noel should you need to make an appointment for office hours.

Dan Noel is passionate about helping leaders grow; promoting areas of leadership and leadership development.  Dan has been a presenter at regional and international conferences, and has facilitated leadership training for many organizational groups, including sales, health care, human resources, higher education, and various non-profits. He currently serves as a Senior Lecturer of the full-time faculty of Organizational Leadership at Wright State University, where He directs Community-Based Learning for the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations, providing supervision for hundreds of students who serve at various non-profit organizations throughout the Miami Valley and beyond. 


Since the early 1990's, Dan has served many institutions of higher education, teaching in undergraduate and graduate areas of:

Organizational Behavior; Team / Group Dynamics; Research Methods; Ethical Leadership; Leadership Foundations; Community-Based Learning (service learning); Strategic Leadership; Communications; Leadership and Christian Ministry; Crisis Intervention; and others.


West, R. C., and Noel, D. N. (2013).  Situational Discipleship:  The five-fold ministry roles of Ephesians 4:11 and their relationship to the Situational Leadership model. Journal of Culture and Religion (3).  Arlington, TX: Franklin Publishing.

Noel, D., Stover, S., & McNutt, M. (2015) Student perceptions of engagement using mobile-based polling as an audience response system: Implications for leadership studies. Journal of Leadership Education, DOI: 1012806/V14/I3/R4.

Noel, D., Stover, S., McNutt, M., (2015).  Revisiting use of real-time polling for learning transfer.  Journal of Teaching and Learning With Technology, 4(1), 40-60.  doi: 10.14434/jotlt.v4n1.13002

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