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Department of Leadership & Counseling
322 E. Front St., Suite 440
Boise, Idaho 83702

Phone: (208) 364-4047
Fax: (208) 364-4078

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1031 N. Academic Way
Suite 242
Coeur d' Alene, Idaho 83814

Phone: (208) 292-1286
Fax: (208) 667-5275

Bryan Maughan 187

Bryan Maughan, Assistant Professor

Phone: 208-709-2777
Email: bryanm@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: 1776 Science Center Dr.

Idaho Falls, ID 83402

College of Education
Leadership & Counseling
Director, Professional Practices Doctorate Program

Campus Locations: Idaho Falls
With UI Since 2002

  • Biography
    Dr. Maughan is the director of the Professional Practices Doctorate program in the Department of Leadership and Counseling at the University of Idaho, Idaho Falls. Previously he served as a faculty member at Eastern Idaho Technical college where he taught students in technical and technology degrees in medical, mechanical, and business related industries. As a research fellow at the University of Idaho, he studied the effects of interpersonal relationship training on scientists, engineers, and members of management who served as mentors to university interns. As a lecturer for the American Nuclear Society, 5th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plan Instrumentation Control (NPIC) and Human Machine Interface Technology (HMIT), he presented research on mentoring among scientists and engineers. He served as the CEO and President of Sentire Mentoring, a professional consulting company focused on the activity of knowledge transfer and management through mentoring in the workforce. He served as the director of International Language Programs (ILP)in Russia and Taiwan where he was instrumental in founding and developing two ESL schools.
  • Selected Publications
      • Research Projects
        • An Invitation to Learn: The Art and Scienceof Mentorship. An unpublished manuscript in review with the Journal of Industrial and TechnicalEducators.
        • Awards and Honors
            • National Association of Industrial and Technical Educators (NAITTE) research award, 2006.