Dr. Corey Seemiller is a seasoned educator, researcher, and speaker on Generation Z. Her work has been featured on NPR and in The New York Times as well as in other news publications, podcasts, and academic journals around the world. Her TED Talk on Generation Z at TEDxDayton, which now has nearly 150,000 views, showcased how Generation Z plans to make a difference in the world. Her books include "Generation Z Goes to College", which aims to prepare college administrators and educators for a new generation of college students, "Generation Z Leads", a practical implementation guide for educators in designing meaningful leadership development experiences for Generation Z students, "Generation Z: A Century in the Making", which offers insight into nearly every aspect of the lives of those in Generation Z, and "Generation Z Learns", a practical guide for teaching and learning with Generation Z.
Seemiller is also the author of "The Student Leadership Competencies Guidebook" and associated measurements and tools to help educators develop intentional curriculum that enhances leadership competency development as well as "Fenix: The Fearless Feline", an award-winning children’s book she co-authored with her then 8 year-old Gen Z daughter.
Seemiller received her Bachelor's degree in Communication, Master's degree in Educational Leadership, and Ph.D. in Higher Education. She has worked in the college setting for more than 20 years – and for the last several, directly with Generation Z students. She currently serves as a faculty member in the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations at Wright State University.
Dr. Corey Seemiller will be the featured speaker at the Professional Development Luncheon on Monday, Feb. 24. She will also present an educational session and participate in a book signing that same day.