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Our diverse faculty are committed to doing their part to improve education, counseling and human development. Faculty includes individuals in tenure-track, clinical-track, and visiting positions.

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Recent publications

April Luehmann, associate professor of teaching & curriculum, Yang Zhang ‘22W (PhD), and doctoral students Eve Tulbert, Gena Merliss and Kyle Sullivan coauthored the article “Toward a justice‐centered ambitious teaching framework: Shaping ambitious science teaching to be culturally sustaining and productive in a rural context” in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching.

Amanda McLeroy, assistant professor of counseling & human development, coauthored the article “Poverty, parenting stress, and adolescent mental health: The protective role of school connectedness reexamined” in Children and Youth Services Review.

Mary Jane Curry, associate professor of teaching & curriculum, and three doctoral students Adel Alshehri, Onesmo Mushi and Xiatinghan Xu co-published a chapter, “The Multilingualism of Global Academic Research and Communication Practices,” in the second edition of The Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism

Tricia Shalka, associate professor of educational leadership, wrote Cultivating Trauma-Informed Practice in Student Affairs, a book about how trauma manifests for post-secondary college students.

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