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New Faculty

Scholarship is enriched by the knowledge and interests of a diverse community. Exposure to the many perspectives of a broader group enhance individual experiences and challenge the status quo to be more creative and generate innovative thoughts and solutions to our teaching, research and service. The College of Education new faculty cohort will continue our tradition of excellence, drawing on their own breadth of experiences and interests to engage students in a dynamic and exciting learning environment.

 

  • She/Her

    Amy J. Anderson

    Ph.D., 2020, DePaul University

    Assistant Professor

    Educational Psychology



  • Mila Rosa Librea Carden

    Ph.D., 2018, Kent State University, Ohio

    Assistant Professor

    Teacher Education and Administration



  • Todd Duncan



    Senior Lecturer

    Teacher Education and Administration



  • Alexander Fernandez

    MPH, 2018

    Lecturer

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation



  • Leslie Hancock

    Ed.D., 2010, Baylor University

    Lecturer

    Teacher Education and Administration


  • she/her

    Donna Hickman

    PhD Counselor Education & Supervision, 2020, Texas A&M University-Commerce

    School Counseling Program Coordinator

    Counseling and Higher Education



  • Holly M. Hutchins



    Professor

    Counseling and Higher Education



  • Leslie Jones

    Education (Ph.D., 2019, University of North Texas)

    Clinical Professor

    Counseling and Higher Education



  • Queshonda Kudaisi

    Ph.D., 2021, University of South Florida

    Assistant Professor

    Teacher Education and Administration



  • Jihyun Lee



    Assistant Professor

    Educational Psychology



  • Hyanghee Lee

    Ph. D., 2018, University of Connecticut

    Assistant Professor

    Educational Psychology



  • Mayra Olivares-Urueta

    Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education- University of North Texas, 2013

    Executive in Residence

    Counseling and Higher Education


  • she/her/hers

    Michelle Salazar PĂ©rez

    Arizona State University Ph. D.

    Professor

    Teacher Education and Administration


  • she/her/hers

    Kelly Perez

    MPH 2019 University of Arizona

    Lecturer

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation



  • Rachel Ranschaert

    Ph.D., 2022, University of Georgia

    Lecturer

    Teacher Education and Administration



  • Megan Rojo

    Ph. D. University of Texas at Austin

    Assistant Professor

    Educational Psychology



  • Justin Sprick

    Ph.D., 2018, University of North Texas Health Science Center

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation