Kelly is the Assistant Program Director for the Sapsik‘ʷałá Education Program.
Abby Lane is a part-time instructor with the UOTeach K-12 Licensure Program. She teaches courses in sheltered-instruction and English Language Development. She is also the English Language Learner Program Coordinator (K-12) for Eugene School District, 4J.
A native speaker of American Sign Language, Larson's courses cover basic linguistic principles of ASL, as well as Deaf Culture and Community Studies. Her current projects are related to curriculum for teaching basic signs to pre-verbal Deaf, Hard of hearing and hearing infants and children.
Alex Ledbetter is a doctoral student in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Department where, as a Graduate Teaching Fellow, he provides clinical supervision for graduate students in the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center HEDCO Clinic.
Romella Lee is a Services and Training representative at Oregon Career Information System. Lee has provided instruction and consulting for educators and school districts statewide. Romella Lee’s areas of instruction and research include career education of youth and adults.
Leslie Leve's research and teaching interests are focused on child development and preventive interventions. She leads federal research grants that focus on developmental pathways and intervention outcomes for children and families.