The University values interdisciplinary research as a means to broaden innovative advancements in science and technology. The emphasis on building integrated research partnerships is gaining momentum nationally as large granting agencies focus on rewarding interdisciplinary teamwork. Ewing-Taylor is an important resource in this endeavor to expand faculty collaboration and increase cooperation among colleges.
Ewing-Taylor completed her education at the University of Nevada, Reno. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in speech communication, and her doctorate through the Department of Educational Leadership with an emphasis on program evaluation. She is the vice chair of the Public Employees' Benefits Program (PEBP) Board of Directors and was appointed to the Board by the Governor in 2002.
- Ph.D., Department of Educational Leadership, Program Evaluation, University of Nevada, Reno
- M.A., Speech Communication, University of Nevada, Reno
- B.A., Speech Communication, University of Nevada, Reno