Stenhouse Seminar CDr. Andrew Stenhouse has been developing leaders in business and non-profit organizations for more than twenty years.

He is currently the Director of Organizational Psychology for Concordia University Irvine, a private non-profit, US News top tier regional university, grounded in the rich tradition of the 150-year-old, nationally respected Concordia University System.

With more than 3,500 students, CUI offers Southern California’s only Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology specifically designed for working professionals.

At Vanguard University, Andrew was Managing Director of the Judkins Institute for Leadership Studies, Director of the Organizational Leadership graduate program, Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs for the School of Religion, and Dean of the School for Professional Studies. As Associate Professor of Leadership Studies he taught courses in both undergraduate and graduate programs, including Foundations of Leadership, Team Development, Conflict Management, Strategic Management, Leadership Theory, and Organizational Behavior.

Andrew also served as Interim Dean of Academic Affairs for the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, the nation’s oldest and largest regionally accredited graduate school exclusively for psychology and behavioral health sciences.

Andrew earned his Ed.D. in Institutional Management from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology; his M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University; his M.A. in Leadership Studies and B.A. in Cross Cultural Studies from Southern California College.

Dr. Andrew Stenhouse
Director, Organizational Psychology
Concordia University Irvine | School of Business and Professional Studies
1530 Concordia West | Irvine | California | 92612
949.214.3481 | andrew.stenhouse@cui.edu


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