Dean, Faculty of Education
Edward F. Anhalt, Ed.D. brings a wealth of experience in education to International University for Graduate Studies. Dr. Anhalt has been a professor of education and business at Rutgers University and Douglass College, New Brunswick, NJ, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, WI, and Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI. He is the author of "Raise Your GPA 1 Full Grade" an 8th-12th grade program which teaches students how they can learn how to study - obtain better grades - and thereby create a higher self worth, all within 12 hours. He is the co-author of "The Pocket Diet", enabling adults/children how to eat healthy and stay focused. He is the president of Banking On Kids (www.bankingonkids.net) , a national company which helps K-8 students become more fiscally prudent through the operating of "student-run banks" within their schools. Dr. Anhalt has juxtaposed careers between academia and the world of business. He has presided over Just Like Downtown, Inc. since 1981, a public relations/marketing firm, where he has produced over 125 special events in the areas of food, sports, and education. He served as the Marketing Director for the Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture, as well as the Marketing Director of the King Solomon Mines in Eilat, Israel. He has sat on boards such as the Sally Ride Academy, and Engineers and Scientists of Milwaukee. While serving as the business liaison for the Greater Milwaukee Education Trust, he created school-to-work experiences with corporations such as Rockwell Automation, IBM, Milwaukee Bucks, Harley-Davidson, Midwest Airlines (Frontier), Miller Brewing Company, US Bank, Journal-Sentinel Inc., Kohls, and Marcus Corporation. Dr. Anhalt serves on the faculty of International University for Graduate Studies and has also mentored IUGS students in the area of education for the past fifteen years.
On a part-time basis, most candidates are anticipated to complete their degree requirements within eighteen months. The determining criteria are dedication and the candidate’s previous academic and professional portfolio.