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Director and Professor-in-Charge Appointments - 2016-2017

Appointments for 2016-2017


Curriculum and Instruction

Director of Curriculum - William Carlsen

Director of Graduate Studies – William Carlsen

Undergraduate Major Directors

Professors-in-Charge

Director of Field Placements (CIFE) – Daniel Thompson


Education Policy Studies

Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies – Dana Mitra

 Undergraduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Education Policy Studies (EPP) – Mimi Schaub

 Graduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Comparative and International Studies (CI ED) – Katerina Bodovski
  • Professor-in-Charge for Educational Leadership (EDLDR) – Kai Schafft
  • Professor-in-Charge for Education, Theory, and Policy (EDTHP) – Dana Mitra
  • Professors-in-Charge for Higher Education (HI ED) – John Cheslock and David Guthrie

 

Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies – Rayne Sperling

Undergraduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Rehabilitation and Human Services (RHS) – Jim Herbert
  • Professor-in-Charge for Special Education(SPLED) – Paul Ricommini
  • Coordinator of Field Placements (COTE) – Kate McKinnon

 Graduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Counselor Education (CN ED) – Richard Hazler
  • Professor-in-Charge for Counseling Psychology (CNPSY) – Jeff Hayes
  • Professor-in-Charge for Educational Psychology (EDPSY) – Peggy van Meter
  • Professor-in-Charge for School Psychology (S PSY) – Barb Schaefer
  • Professor-in-Charge for Special Education (SPLED) – Paul Ricommini


Learning and Performance Systems

Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies – Susan Land

Undergraduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Workforce Education and Development (WF ED) – Mark Threeton

 Graduate Studies

  • Professor-in-Charge for Lifelong Learning and Adult Education (LLAED) – Esther Prins
  • Professors-in-Charge for Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) – Simon Hooper and Kyle Peck
  • Professor-in-Charge for Workforce Education and Development (WF ED) – William Rothwell