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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Education 300  

Education 300

Degree Program Offered: Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Angela O'Donnell, 10 Seminary Place, College Avenue Campus (732/932-7496, ext. 8104)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

W. Steven Barnett, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Michigan
Economics of education; educational policy; evaluation

Harold W. Beder, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ed.D., Columbia
Adult-literacy policy; adult education

Alisa A. Belzer, Assistant Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Adult-literacy education, professional development and policy

Margaret Bendersky, Professor of Pediatrics, UMDNJ-RWJMS, Institute for the Study of Child Development; Ph.D., Washington Behavioral teratology, interrelations among factors affecting developmental outcome in high-risk infants and children.

Erica Boling, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Michigan State teacher learning, technology in teaching and learning

Katrina E. Bulkley, Assistant Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Stanford
Educational policy and politics, educational reform, and school choice

Gregory Camilli, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Colorado
Statistics and measurement

Kenneth D. Carlson, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ed.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Social studies education, educational equity

Julie Cheville, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Iowa Issues of diversity in language and literacy instruction, situated cognition, portfolio assessment

Clark A. Chinn, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
Educational psychology

Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Columbia Cross-cultural psychology with children and families, bilingualism in psychotherapy, resilience, and public education through the media

Amy Cohen-Corwin, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Mathematics

Mary Elizabeth Curran, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Issues in language education, multicultural education

Jimmy de la Torre, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) Psychological and educational testing and measurement

Richard De Lisi, Dean and Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Catholic
Developmental psychology

Bari Erlichson, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Stanford
American government; education policy

Eugenia Etkina, Associate Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Moscow State Pedagogical
Mathematics and science education

Richard S. Falk, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Applied mathematics; numerical analysis

William A. Firestone, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Chicago
Educational policy; policy implementation; math standards implementation

William Garner, Associate Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ed.D., Pennsylvania State
Education administration; finance policy

Rochel Gelman, Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles) Causal and quantitative reasoning, constraints on concept acquisition, and the role of informal environments

James M. Giarelli, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Florida
Educational philosophy and policy; ethics and education; civic education

Martin Gliserman, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Indiana
Psychoanalysis/literature (narrative)

Susan L. Golbeck, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State Cognitive development

Gerald A. Goldin, Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Princeton Mathematics education; theoretical physics

Sandra L. Harris, Professor of Psychology, FAS-NB/GSAPP; Ph.D., New York (Buffalo) Education of autistic children

Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Vanderbilt Cognitive and instructional strategies

Benjamin Justice, Assistant Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Stanford Religion and public education, social and civic education, and education in nation building

Melanie R. Kuhn, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Georgia Fluency development, struggling readers, and technology-related literacy

Linda C. Lederman, Professor of Communication, SCILS; Ph.D., Rutgers Communication and experiential learning; qualitative research methods

Barbara A. Lee, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Ohio State Policy; management industrial relations and human resources

Michael L. Lewis, Professor of Psychology, UMDNJ-RWJMS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania Developmental psychology

Barbara Louis, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UMDNJ-RWJMS; Ph.D., Rutgers Nature of intelligence, giftedness

Catherine A. Lugg, Assistant Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Pennsylvania Education policy/politics

Carolyn A. Maher, Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ed.D., Rutgers Mathematics education

Lorraine D. McCune, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ed.D., Rutgers Developmental psychology

Richard E. Miller, Assistant Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Pittsburgh Pedagogy; composition theory; history of educational reform

Naftaly Minsky, Professor of Computer Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Hebrew Computer science

Lesley M. Morrow, Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Fordham Literacy development

Joseph Naus, Professor of Statistics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Statistics and probability

Angela M. O'Donnell, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Texas Christian Educational psychology

Douglas A. Penfield, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Educational statistics and measurement

Arthur B. Powell, Associate Professor of Education and Academic Foundations, FAS-N; Ph.D., Rutgers Role of language processes in learning mathematics, development of students' mathematical ideas and forms of reasoning

Manya J. Raman, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Mathematics education, proofs, and justification in calculus

Wallis Reid, Associate Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Columbia Linguistics

Fred S. Roberts, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB/DIMACS; Ph.D., Stanford
Discrete mathematical models; graph theory; decision making; measurement theory

Gianine Rosenblum, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, UMDNJ-RWJMS; Ph.D., Rutgers Development of body image and the relation of body image to psychological adjustment

Joseph Rosenstein, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Mathematics education

Alan Rosenthal, Professor of Public Policy, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Princeton Political science

Beth Rubin, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Educational equity in U.S. high schools

Sharon K. Ryan, Associate Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Columbia Early childhood education

Alan Sadovnik, Professor of Education and Sociology, FAS-N; Ph.D., New York State takeover of school districts in New Jersey, school choice policies nationally and in New Jersey, and charter schools in Newark

Michael Saks, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Theory of computation, external set theory, partially ordered sets, graph theory

Larry Scanlon, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Medieval studies theory; pedagogy; humanities computing

Roberta Schorr, Associate Professor of Education and Academic Foundations, FAS-N; Ed.D., Rutgers Teaching and learning of mathematics

Jeffrey K. Smith, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Chicago Measurement; research methods

Dorothy Strickland, State of New Jersey Professor of Reading, GSE; Ph.D., New York Literacy: reading and writing development

Daniel Tanner, Professor of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration, GSE; Ph.D., Ohio State
Curriculum policy at federal, state, and local levels

Saundra Tomlinson-Clarke, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Florida State Multicultural, psychosocial development

Carl Van Horn, Professor of Public Policy, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Ohio State Employment policy and public policy

R. Fox Vernon, Assistant Professor of Education Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Southern California Interpersonal processes in psychotherapy

Stanley Vitello, Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Columbia Special education law and policy

Keith H. Weber, Assistant Professor of Learning and Teaching, GSE; Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon Processes used in formal mathematical reasoning

Robert Wilson, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale Mathematics

Nancy Wolff, Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Community Health, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Iowa Methodology; costing methods; program evaluation

John W. Young, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, GSE; Ph.D., Stanford Educational statistics and measurement


 
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