Mary Jane Eisenhauer
Title: Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education
Department: School of Education and Counseling
College: Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Building: Technology Room: 315
Phone: (219) 785-5637
Mary Jane Eisenhauer teaches courses in child development, developmentally appropriate curriculum, early literacy and child/family/school/community partnerships. She is the campus liaison for the professional development partnership project, The Westville Little School, a demonstration preschool. Eisenhauer is the Director of the Center for Early Learning and has presented at international, national, state and regional conferences. As a Faculty Fellow with Indiana Campus Compact, she was lead editor for the faculty workbook Charting the Course for Service-Learning: From Curriculum Considerations to Advocacy. Her articles are published in Young Children, Early Years, Indiana State Reading Journal and The South Shore Journal. She contributed to the Sage publications Service-Learning and Civic Engagement: A Sourcebook and The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Early Childhood. Eisenhauer earned a BS in Speech-Language Pathology and MSEd Education & Social Policy from Northwestern University and EdD from National College of Education where she was a Kindergarten Teacher at the Baker Demonstration School.