Mujtaba Hedayet is a Ph.D. student in higher education administration program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His scholarly interests include college access and success, quality assurance in higher education, higher education autonomy, leadership, and management, and higher education policy issues in developing countries. Mujtaba has a background in developing higher education internationally with a focus on strategic planning, accreditation, policy and program development, and university partnerships.
Berger, J, B., Aslami, H., Amiri, R., Hedayet, M., & Thoma, H, S. (2017). Faculty development for teacher education in Afghanistan. In C. Smith, & K. E. Hudson (Eds.), Faculty Development in Developing Countries (pp. 86-98). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis
- Department of Educational Policy, Research & Administration