Quaiser Abdullah, Ph.D.

Quaiser Abdullah, Ph.D., CPC

Assistant Professor Teaching/Instructional
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies

1301 Cecil B Moore Avenue
Ritter Annex 247
Philadelphia PA 19122
Direct Phone: 1-215-204-6808
Department: 1-215-204-8061

  • Temple University, Philadelphia, PA Ph.D., Educational Psychology  Focus: Religion, Identity and Family Life 
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, PA M.Ed., Education Concentration in Adult and Organizational Development (Training and Conflict Processes) 
  •  Temple University, Philadelphia, PA B.A., Political Science and Religion (dual major) Concentration in International Relations Minor in Asian Studies, Cum Laude, University Honors, Honors in Political Science 
Recent Scholarships
2017 (Presenter) Ethical Muslim Leadership Development: New Directions through the Lens of Turbulence Theory, Black Muslim Psychology Conference 
2015 (Chapter) Abdullah, Q. (2015). “Danaa Abdullah: Exemplar of Community Leadership” in Gross and Shapiro (Ed.), Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership: Reclaiming School Reform, Routledge Publications 
2013 (Chapter) Abdullah, Q. (2013). “Formation and Education of Muslim Leaders” In S. H. Callahan (Ed.), Religious Leadership: A Reference Handbook, 1, 693-701. SAGE Publications 
2011 (Presenter) Loyalty: The Key to Faith and Citizenship, Guest Presenter, MIST-Philadelphia  Quaiser Abdullah CV - pg. 4 of 5 
2009, 2010 (Presenter) Diversity in the Workplace, Panelist, Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia (Presentations at PECO; Villanova University, Drexel University, Price Waterhouse Cooper) 
2001 (Presenter) “America’s Response to the Bombings”, Panelist, Temple Issues Forum and “Radio Times” (WHYY-91 FM) with Marty Moss Coane
2001 (News article) “There is Diversity at Temple; But Where?”, Temple News, February 2001