Delegate Eric Luedtke is an adjunct lecturer in the School of Public Policy who focuses on teaching and building student capacity for leadership. He has had a long standing relationship with the University, earning his BA here in 2002 and an MEd in 2004, and is currently working on completing a PhD in the School of Public Policy. Prior to returning to the University to teach undergraduates, he taught for more than a decade in two high needs middle schools in Maryland. During this time he worked on a volunteer basis for a range of advocacy organizations, gaining a deep understand of advocacy and organizational development. Since 2011, he has served as an elected member of the Maryland House of Delegates, where he has been engaged in policymaking on a range of issues and serves as Chair of the Education Subcommittee. His research focuses on real world applications of leadership theory.
Lecturer; PhD Student