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Keri Baker

Student Services Coordinator
College of Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-3404
Office: 124 Lokey Education Bldg

Angel Dorantes

Senior Advisor, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator
College of Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-0658
Office: 124A Lokey Education Bldg

Joanna Goode

Professor
Sommerville Knight Professor
College of Education, Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-2826
Office: 125D Lokey Education Bldg

Julie Heffernan

Master's Program and Licensure Director
College of Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-6738
Office: 124H Lokey Education Bldg

Jenefer Husman

Professor
Department Head, Education Studies
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-9564
Office: 125C Lokey Education Bldg.

Michelle Jacob

Professor
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, IRES, Sapsikwala Program
Phone: 541-346-9572
Office: 146A Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: Indigenous Methodologies, Spirituality, Health, Education, Indigenous Feminisms, and Decolonization

Audrey Lucero

Associate Professor
Director of Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education (CSSE)
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, IRES, Latinx
Phone: 541-346-8069
Office: 126C Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: Schooling For Latinx Students and Others From Marginalized Communities, and How Those Experiences Influence Their Identities As Literate Beings

Lisa A. Mazzei

Professor of Education Studies
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-1534
Office: 130B Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: qualitative research methodology, curriculum theory, study of racial identity/awareness among white teachers and implications for curriculum

Edward M. Olivos

Associate Professor
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, IRES, Latinx
Phone: 541-346-2983
Office: 124C Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: The Relationship Between Bicultural Parents and Schools, the Development of Bilingual Educators

Jerry Rosiek

Professor of Education Studies
College of Education, Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, Food Studies
Phone: 541-346-2330
Office: 146B Lokey Education Bldg

Jennifer Ruef

Assistant Professor
Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-2847
Office: 126B Lokey Education Bldg

Leilani Sabzalian

Assistant Professor
College of Education, Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, IRES, Sapsikwala Program
Phone: 541-346-1535
Office: 130D Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: Indigenous Education, Native Feminisms, Curriculum Studies, Teacher Education, Elementary Social Studies Education

Alison Schmitke

Undergraduate Degree Program Director
Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations
Phone: 541-346-1708
Office: 124G Lokey Education Bldg

Sarah Stapleton

Assistant Professor
College of Education, Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Educational Foundations, Food Studies
Phone: 541-346-5834
Office: 130C Lokey Education Bldg
Research Interests: science and environmental education, food and schools, participatory research