"Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out."
Dr. Renea Fike is the Master’s Program Coordinator for the Dreeben School of Education.
She earned a Doctorate in Education from Texas Tech University and a Master’s and Bachelor’s of Business Education from West Texas A&M University. Prior to coming to the University of the Incarnate Word, she was an Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Student Leadership at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. Before moving to West Texas A&M University, Dr. Fike held many administrative positions over a 16-year span of employment at Amarillo College. Her final position was Dean of Student & Academic Development.
She began her career in education teaching business courses to high school students. She taught at three different high schools in the Panhandle of Texas over a nine-year period. Dr. Fike has been the sole author of numerous multi-million dollar grants.
Critical thinking, predictors of student success, cultural diversity in teaching, program improvement, community college developmental education
Travel and family
Theories of Learning
Effective Teams and
Legal Issues in Student
Multicultural Concepts in
Specialization: Higher Education
Texas Tech University
M.B.E., Business Education West Texas A&M University
BBE, Business Education
West Texas A&M University
Dr. Renea Fike