Assistant Professor of Education
Ed.D. Innovation and Leadership, Wilmington University
M.A. Curriculum and Instruction, Delaware State University
B.S. Primary Education, Delaware State University
Campus Phone: Ext. 5127
Came to Tusculum: 2013
Dr. Quincy A. Rose, Assistant Professor of Education began her professional career as a classroom teacher in Delaware with the Appoquinimink School District. With several years of teaching in various public school settings under her belt, she transitioned into the charter school sector as an administrator; initially as Asst. Director of Curriculum and Instruction and later as Director of Curriculum and Instruction.
Dr. Rose has served on many district, school and community committees and has also received numerous distinguished awards for her work and commitment to education and community service. She enjoys public speaking and has been selected to speak at many notable events including the 2011 Delaware State University Commencement where she was given the honor of delivering the Commencement Address.
Dr. Rose earned her educational doctorate degree in Innovation and Leadership with a concentration in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University. Her dissertation addressed measuring the effectiveness of Teen Dating Violence Prevention programs. She earned her M.A. from Delaware State University in Curriculum and Instruction and her B.S. in Primary Education (K-6) also from Delaware State University.
Dr. Rose is passionate about education and community service. She is a national advocate for domestic violence awareness and prevention and is the founder of a nonprofit, Witney’s Lights, which educates communities about healthy and safe relationships with the hopes of preventing abuse.
Dr. Rose holds civic memberships in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and The Links, Inc., and professional membership in the National Education Association. She is a member of Empowerment Temple A.M.E and enjoys volunteering, reading, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
- Closing the Achievement Gap
- Teacher Effectiveness
- Program Effectiveness