Kendall Deas

Adjunct Professor of Education and Faculty Advising Fellow
College of Charleston

Kendall Deas is a native of Sumter, S.C. He holds a BSFS degree in International Relations from Georgetown University, a MA in Globalization Studies from Dartmouth College, a MA in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis, a MSPP degree in Public Policy from The Georgia Institute of Technology and he earned his PhD in Educational Administration and Policy from The University of Georgia’s College of Education. He holds certificates in policy studies from Harvard University and The University of Texas at Austin. Additionally, Deas was a Fulbright Scholar to Finland where he earned a Diploma in International Trade Law from Turku International University’s School of Law. Deas’s research interests are grounded in areas of law, policy, finance, and politics as they relate to PK-12 education reform and the role of federal, state, and local government in this process. Deas serves on the Faculty Senate and President Glenn McConnell’s Faculty Advisory Committee at the College of Charleston.