Callard and Hazen Promoted to Clinical Associate Professor at Warner

Dean Raffaella Borasi has announced that Cindy Callard and Logan Hazen have been promoted to the rank of clinical associate professor at the Warner School of Education, effective July 1.
“Clinical faculty members continue to play key roles and responsibilities in building on the School’s mission of promoting excellence and equity in education,” says Borasi. “Cindy and Logan have not only excelled in the areas of teaching, clinical scholarship, practice toward improving educational policies and practices, and service, but they continue to earn much respect and praise from their colleagues, students, and community partners alike.”
Cindy CallardCallard, an alumna of Warner with a doctorate in teaching and curriculum, has served as director of mathematics outreach since 2002 and is currently co-interim director of the Center for Professional Development and Education Reform. In addition, she has also taught some Warner courses and served on dissertation committees related to mathematics education, while continuing to teach mathematics at Twelve Corners Middle School for one period a day, thus serving as a “demonstration site” for Warner School students.
A certified New York State elementary and secondary mathematics teacher, Callard brings over 25 years of experience as a middle school mathematics teacher and professional development provider to her professional work in support of improving mathematics teaching and learning in K-12 schools.  Callard’s expertise has resulted in various National Science Foundation (NSF) and New York State Department of Education grants supporting mathematics education reform and professional development, as well as contracts with districts throughout the region.
Logan HazenHazen joined the higher education faculty at Warner in 2005, where he currently serves as the higher education program director and advisor. In addition to teaching courses, he advises most master’s students, organizes internships, and coordinates course offerings and adjuncts in the higher education program. He previously served as the Warner School’s director of student services for six years, and was a member of the team charged to “revitalize” the School’s higher education programs.
His practice and research interests focus on the impact of residential living on student development; alcohol use and abuse; the impact of technology on college student development and community; measurement of student satisfaction with college residential living experiences; the administration of residential life and student affairs; and the integration of student and academic affairs. Prior to Warner, Hazen was director of residential life at the University of Rochester, where he was instrumental in leading, expanding, and modernizing the University’s residential living programs. He earned a doctorate in college student services administration from Oregon State University.
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