School of Education
Susan F. Inman, Ed.D.
Field Placement Coordinator, Licensure Specialist, and Instructor

Ed.D. Educational Leadership, University of Oregon
M.A. Educational Administration, Northern Arizona University

Dr. Inman has been an adjunct instructor and field supervisor at the Bushnell University School of Education since 2018.  She brings more than three decades of experience as a teacher, administrator, and regional and state director to our programs.  Dr. Inman’s course offerings include both graduate and undergraduate courses. Her dedication to fostering educational pathways and shaping policy is reflected in her research focus on early literacy and education policy.

In addition to her instructional duties, Dr. Inman supports our field supervisors and guides students seeking state licensure.  Her commitment to shaping educational practices extends beyond the classroom, as she actively seeks to participate in policy discussions and improve educational outcomes at local, regional, and state levels.

Beyond academia, Dr. Inman finds joy in outdoor activities such as traveling, kayaking, hiking, and gardening, finding solace and inspiration in the beauty of nature. A dedicated dog owner, she relishes moments spent exploring the outdoors with her furry companions. Dr. Inman also treasures her family life, sharing over four decades of love and companionship with her husband Mark, alongside the joys of parenting two daughters.