Ph.D. Faculty

School of Education Faculty

  • Drew BaileyMathematical Development, Individual Differences, Longitudinal Methods
  • Rebecca Black - Online Popular Culture, Adolescent Literacy, Second Language Acquisition
  • Liane Brouillette - Educational Leadership, School Reform, Arts Education
  • Penelope Collins - Cognition and Learning, Linguistic Diversity, Reading, Phonological Processing, Learning Disabilities
  • Gilberto Q. Conchas - Diversity and Equity in Education, Race and Urban Education, Immigration, and School Reform
  • AnneMarie Conley - Motivation, Adolescent Development, Person-Centered Approaches to Studying Change
  • Thurston Domina - Educational Policy, Inequality, Higher Education
  • Greg Duncan - Economics of Education, Program Evaluation, Child Development
  • Jacquelynne Eccles - Academic Motivation and Achievement, School and Family Influences on Adolescent Develoment, Gender and Ethnicity in STEM Fields
  • George Farkas - Achievement Gap, Educational Inequality, Early Childhood, Afterschool Programs
  • Susanne Jaeggi - Cognitive Training Interventions, Working Memory and Executive Control Across the Lifespan
  • Hosun Kang - Beginning Teacher Development in the Sciences, Formative Assessment and Learning from Students, URM Female Identity in the Sciences
  • Joshua Lawrence - Adolescent Reading, Vocabulary Development, Longitudinal Analysis, Second Language Acquisition
  • Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez - Vocabulary Development, Reading Comprehension, Language Minority Learners
  • Carol Booth Olson - Academic Writing, Language Arts, Adolescent Literacy
  • Stephanie Reich - Socio-emotional Development, Parent-child Interactions, Peer Networks
  • Maria Fernanda Rosales-Rueda - Economics of Human Development, Early Childhood and Education Policy, Program Evaluation
  • Judith Haymore Sandholtz - Teacher Professional Development, Teacher Education, School-University Partnerships
  • Rossella Santagata - Cognition and Mathematics, Video and Multimedia in Teaching Learning, Culture and Learning
  • Tesha Sengupta-Irving - Mathematics Education, Classroom-based Reforms, Inequities in Schools and Communities, Teachers as Change Agents
  • Elizabeth van Es - Teacher Cognition, Professional Development, and Learning Communities
  • Deborah Lowe Vandell - Developmental Processes and Educational Outcomes; Longitudinal Research Methods, Early Childhood Education, After-school Programs, Teacher-Child Relationships
  • Mark Warschauer - Language and Literacy, Technology in Education, Diversity and Equity

Affiliated Faculty

  • Jonathan Alexander - Writing Studies, Composition/Rhetoric, New Media Studies, Sexuality Studies
  • Marianne Bitler - Labor Economics, Econometrics, Microeconomics
  • Elizabeth Cauffman - Adolescent Development, Mental Health, Juvenile Justice
  • Chuansheng Chen - Cross-cultural Adolescent Development, Neural Bases of Language, and Mathematical Learning
  • Cynthia Feliciano - Sociology of Education, Race and Ethnicity, Immigration
  • David John Frank - Sociology of Higher Education
  • Wendy Goldberg - Family Context of Child Development
  • Gillian Hayes - Ubiquitous Computing, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Human Computer Interaction, Assistive Technology, Educational Technology, Medical Technology
  • Brad Hughes - Science Education, Environmental Public Health, Coastal Ecology, Ecotourism, Teacher Training
  • Mizuko Ito - Technology Usage, specifically focusing on Children and Youth's Changing Relationships to Media and Communications
  • Susan Jarratt - Composition, Rhetoric, Discourse Analysis
  • Glenn Levine - Applied Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, Foreign Language Pedagogy, German-Jewish Literature, Yiddish Language and Literature
  • Julia Lupton - Renaissance Literature, Literature and Psychology, Instructional Technology
  • Virginia Mann - Phonological Awareness, Reading, Reading Readiness Intervention
  • Ruben Rumbaut - International Migration, Ethnicity, Intergenerational Mobility, Structural Inequality
  • Robin Scarcella - Language Minority Education, Academic Language Development
  • William (Bill) Tomlinson - Computer Graphics & Visualization, Environmental Informatics, Human Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing