Linda Albi has been a supervisor in the Early Intervention master's program for five years. Currently she is Field Experience Coordinator for the Early Intervention program as well as the EI Rural program coordinator.
Richard W. Albin, PhD, is a senior research associate/associate professor in Special Education at the University of Oregon.
Kevin Alltucker's believes that students are the heart and soul of the University of Oregon. His mission is to serve students' needs by providing high quality teaching, advising, and academic support. Dr.
Julie Alonzo, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in educational leadership with a specialization in learning assessment / systems performance at the University of Oregon in 2007.
Dr. Alverson is a research associate in the Secondary Special Education and Transition research unit in the College of Education.
Lynne Anderson-Inman's teaching focus is on technology and how to aid teachers in applying effective study strategies in the classroom. Anderson-Inman challenges her students to think critically through independent research and by using primary sources.
Doris Luft Baker, Ph.D., completed her doctoral degree in educational leadership at the University of Oregon with a specialization in assessment. Her dissertation was published in 2008.
Keri is the Student Services Coordinator for the Educational Foundations (EdF) program. She provides administrative and practical support to Pre-education and EdF majors and the EdF program.
Scott K. Baker, PhD, is the associate director of the Center on Teaching and Learning at UO and director of Pacific Institutes for Research in Eugene. His education interests focus on teaching and learning in literacy and mathematics, and the education needs of English learners.