Jill Baxter’s teaching and research focus on teacher education in STEM fields with the goal of increasing access for all students. As Co-Director of STEM CORE, she works to build strong collaborations between university faculty and K-12 educators.
Steven C. Beda, PhD, is a part-time instructor in the COE and Department of History. He specializes in twentieth century labor, social, and environmental history.
Franklin W. Bender is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist and clinical professor in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Department in the College of Education. Mr.
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
Susan Boettcher is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Program. Susan's clinical focus is working with school-age children demonstrating speech sound, language, fluency and social skills needs.