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New Faculty and Staff - March 2010

New faculty and staff in the College of Education

by David Price (March 2010)

Since our last issue, the College has welcomed several new people to the faculty and staff. Here's a quick introduction:

Leticia Oseguera is a research associate in the Center for the Study of Higher Education and a visiting assistant professor in the Higher Education program. She earned her doctoral and master's degrees in higher education and organizational change from UCLA and her bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of California, Irvine. Her work examines how gender, race, and class shape educational experiences and opportunities in the United States. Her office is in 405F Rackley Building, and you can reach her via email at or by telephone at 865-8367.


Stuart Roe, Jr., is the College's outreach coordinator for the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. He assumed that position in January after earning his master's degree in counselor education at Penn State. Before graduate school, Stuart worked as a school counselor at Williamsport High School for six years. His phone number is 865-8256, and his email is As we went to press, he was about to change offices. You can find him in the Certification and Education Services suite, where he ultimately will end up in room 233D.


Betzi Dreibelbis became the College's assistant director of development in February. She came to Education from NHS Human Services, where for the past eight years she was regional director of children services and clinical director of the NHS autism school in State College. In her position as assistant director of development for the College, Betzi will have the opportunity to connect alumni and friends with the College of Education. You can reach Betzi in room 249 of Chambers Building, by email at, or by phone at 863-2146.

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