Audrey Falk, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor & Program Director, Community Engagement
Graduate Education Program
Dr. Audrey Falk is an Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the Master’s Program in Community Engagement at Merrimack College. Dr. Falk received her Ed.D. in Administration, Training, and Policy Studies from Boston University, an Ed.M in Risk and Prevention from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and a B.A. in Art History and a B.S. in English Education from Boston University.
Prior to joining the faculty at Merrimack, Dr. Falk spent four years teaching in the Department of Family Studies and Community Development at Towson University. She spent two years in a postdoctoral research fellowship sponsored by the American Educational Research Association at the American Institutes for Research and one year in a postdoctoral research fellowship sponsored by the federal Department of Education at the University of Maryland College Park. Earlier in her career, Dr. Falk served as Executive Director of the Columbia Point Community Partnership, a university-community partnership involving the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and Harbor Point. She held leadership positions in the South Norfolk County Association for Retarded Citizens in Westwood, Massachusetts. Dr. Falk also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Romania.
Dr. Falk enjoys teaching students to be effective community organizers, leaders, and citizens. Her research interests are in service learning and civic engagement and the scholarship of teaching.