Current publication agendas include co-editing a book series on University Partnerships in Higher Education (Emerald), authoring a book on The Multi-age Learning Community in Action: Creating a Caring School Environment for All Children, co-authoring a journal titled Principles of Effective Faculty Learning Communities in Higher Education: A Qualitative Analysis of Faculty Participation, a book chapter titled An Introduction to University Partnerships for Academic and Program Development, presenting at international and national conferences and receiving numerous grants from state and federal agencies. Dr. Cozza applies qualitative and mixed design methods in her research. Her recent co-authored publications are Effectiveness of graduate programs in administration and instructional leadership (JARHE), Cross-cultural study of cognitive and metacognitive processes during math problem solving (SSMJ), Transforming teaching: A Pilot Professional Development School Partnership (Ed Forum), and Interdisciplinary Connections (Kappa Delta Pi Record). She is presently senior editor for The Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education and a Board Member for Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL). Dr. Cozza mentors doctorate and administration students and teaches courses in the areas of curriculum, qualitative research, dissertation seminar, and educational leadership. In the past, Dr. Cozza has been involved with accreditation processes for higher education as an NCATE SPA reviewer and a state higher education program evaluator.