Brian Delaney is a doctoral student in Educational Leadership and Learning Technologies and a Research Assistant in Drexel University’s School of Education. His research foci include journalism and mass communication education, online learning, educational technologies, Mind, Brain, and Education science, the learning sciences, and instructional design. In February 2018, Delaney was selected Co-Editor of the Emerging Voices in Education Journal for a two-year term.
Delaney earned a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in e-Learning Technologies and Instructional Design from Drexel in 2016. His thesis, titled “Assessing the Compatibility Between Experiential Journalism and Online Education,” explored how a journalism school at a four-year, public institution of higher education built experiential learning opportunities into its online program.
Delaney earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Ithaca College in 2004 and was an award-winning journalist in newspapers and radio over a career of 16 years. He spent five years as an adjunct lecturer at the Ithaca College Park School of Communications, teaching intro and investigative journalism courses and hosting workshops on interview strategies and leadership for student media organizations.
Delaney spends his spare time with his wife Stefanie and their two children.