Gina Biancarosa's research interests encompass measurement of reading processes, reading comprehension and meta-representational skill and development, heterogeneity of reading difficulties among grade 4-12 struggling readers, and the measurement and effects of literacy professional development
Michael Bullis is the Sommerville-Knight Professor in the College of Education. He is a nationally recognized expert on adolescents with high-risk behaviors and adolescents with disabilities and their transition into adult roles. Receiving his Ph.D.
Angela provides support for current and prospective EMPL graduate students, coordinates admission and graduation processes, and acts as liaison to Student Services, Admissions, Registrar, and Graduate School.
Dave is an Associate Research Professor in the Department of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership and is Director of the Center for Assessment, Statistics and Evaluation (CASE) housed in the Office of Research, Innovation, and Graduate Education (RIGE).
Nancy Heapes, PhD has been a faculty member at the University of Oregon for 25 years. She directs the Doctorate of Education program and the Policy and Leadership Master's program and holds the rank of Senior Lecturer I.
Keith Hollenbeck, Ph.D., is the Director of Administrative Licensure Programs for the Department of Educational Leadership in the College of Education.
Jean Kjellstrand worked as a licensed social worker for 16 years where she developed and coordinated a variety of individual, group, and community interventions for children and families in high-risk circumstances. Her worked has involved:
Dr. Charles R. Martinez, Jr. is a clinical psychologist, professor, and department head in the Department of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership at the University of Oregon, where he also directs the Center for Equity Promotion.