Daniel Marshall Reck, M.S.Ed., is a practicing higher education administrator and artist.
Having served in educational and leadership roles at variety of institutions ranging from major research institutions to state universities to liberal arts colleges, Daniel has a broad understanding of campus administration and operations. He enjoys collaborating across institutions to help them deliver their educational missions by engaging students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and community members in advancing the institutions' success story.
He has experience in academic affairs and registrar operations, residential and student affairs, institutional communications, fraternity and sorority life, student union operations, new student orientation, student activities, new student orientation, and campus marketing. Daniel completed his graduate research and earned his M.S.Ed. degree at the Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy.
Daniel is also an active music composer, photographer, and graphic designer. He has performed handbell solo repertoire and conducted ensembles in venues across the United States, as well as in the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, and France. Daniel studied music composition and conducting while earning his bachelor's degree at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. His work is published by forzandoArts.
The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., has licensed Daniel's photos of student athletes, which appear in a national exhibit. He has also reported, edited, and photographed national and international events including the four National and World Scout Jamborees. His portfolio of work includes marketing materials, artwork, and web media related to colleges, universities, rock bands, music ensembles, and non-profit organizations.
- Hinsdale Central High School1995 - 1999
- DePauw UniversityComputer Science and Music, 1999 - 2003
- Northwestern UniversityHigher Education Administration and Policy, 2006 - 2008
- Midwestern UniversityAssociate Registrar, 2014 - present
- Boy Scouts of AmericaManaging Editor, Jamboree Today, 2010 - present
- Northwestern University BandsDirector of Digital Media and Photography, 2007 - present
- forzandoArtsCreative Director, 1999 - present
- Boy Scouts of AmericaVolunteer Scouter, 1999 - present
- St. Matthew Lutheran ChurchDirector of Handbells, 2013 - 2014
- Monmouth CollegeAssistant Director of Greek Life, Leadership, and Involvement, 2008 - 2011
- First Lutheran Church of MonmouthDirector of Handbells, 2010 - 2011
- DePauw UniversityAdministrative Upgrade Project Specialist, 2003 - 2004
- Indiana Academy at Ball State UniversityStudent Life Counselor, 2004 - 2006
- Northwestern UniversityOrientation and Parent Programs / Norris University Student Center Graduate Assistant, 2006 - 2008
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