Anne Garreans Power, associate professor of business administration, recently presented at the National Education Finance Conference in St. Louis, Mo.
Anne Garreans Power, associate professor of business administration at Morningside College, recently presented at the National Education Finance Conference in St. Louis, Mo.
Her presentation looked at faculty and administrator perspectives on merit pay compensation systems in private higher education.
The National Education Finance Conference provides a forum focused on school finance and is a venue for collaboration among legislators, postsecondary education, school district and state agency personnel, professional organizations and researchers concerned with the importance of equity, adequacy and efficiency concepts that affect state, local and federal revenue generation, distribution and expenditures.
Power has an MBA in management information systems from the University of South Dakota in Vermillion and a doctorate in higher education administration and leadership from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.