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.
Dianna Carrizales-Engelmann, PhD, represents the dean’s office and assists licensure-program faculty with clinical practice and performance assessment. During her 16 years in education, she has maintained a consistent focus in assessment policy and development.
Erin Chaparro, Ph.D., is currently the co-principal investigator of a U.S. Department of Education-funded randomized controlled trial examining English language instruction for middle school newcomer students.
As the Director of the Service-Learning Program, Deanna encourages students across campus to make their academic learning come to life by putting it to use in our community. She guides the AmeriCorps programs and The Schoolhouse Garden, as well as our partnerships with United Way and Bethel Sch
I am proud to be a graduate of the University of Oregon Counseling Psychology doctoral program, where I have served as a faculty member since 2003. I have been working with adult survivors of partner violence and their families since 1996.
Dr. Ben Clarke is an Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of Oregon. He currently serves or has served as a Principal Investigator on fifteen federally funded research grants (apx.