Daniella Bianchi-Laubsch

Dr. Daniella Bianchi-Laubsch grew up outside Chicago in Wheaton, Illinois.  She currently lives near Houston, Texas with her husband, 13 year old daughter, and 9 year old daughter.

She has a B.A. in English from Purdue University with minors in Creative Writing, Psychology, and Philosophy and a Master of Arts in Teaching from University of Houston-Downtown with an emphasis in English. She completed her Ph.D in Education, specializing in E-Learning and Online Teaching at Northcentral University. Her dissertation was “An Examination of the Relationship between Online Learning Course Delivery Method, Sense of Community, and Learner Retention”.

Before teaching for Taft University, she previously taught for Morningside College as a Graduate Education Adjunct Instructor specializing in the Graduate Research Program. She also previously taught for University of Phoenix as a Communications instructor and as an English teacher for Lone Star Community College System. Prior to that, she was a high school freshman English and Reading teacher at two local high schools. She also published an article, “The Feeling of and Desire for Sense of Community among Online Graduate Students.”

She greatly enjoys the entire research process and looks forward to working with all of you.

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