Barrett Taylor is associate professor of counseling and higher education at the University of North Texas. He teaches a number of courses including General Administration of Higher Education and Higher Education Finance. His research emphasizes the ways in which colleges and universities interact with their environments.
He utilizes both quantitative and qualitative techniques to consider the ways in which higher education organizations interact with and respond to changes in their environments. While working on his degree, he worked as a graduate assistant for Professors Sheila Slaughter, Larry Leslie, and Liang Zhang (of Penn State) on an NSF-sponsored project that examines universities as sites of innovation and economic growth.