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.

 

  • Selcuk Acar


    Selcuk Acar

    Ph.D., 2013, The University of Georgia

    Associate Professor

    Educational Psychology


  • Austin R. Anderson


    Austin R. Anderson

    Ph.D., 2011, Indiana University

    Assistant Professor

    Recreation, Event and Sport Management


  • Dana D. Booker


    Dana D. Booker

    Ph.D. 2016, University of North Texas

    Senior Lecturer

    Educational Psychology


  • Lydia Caldwell


    Lydia Caldwell

    Ph.D. 2019, The Ohio State University

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology


  • Jason Chiang


    Jason Chiang

    Ph.D. 2018, Syracuse University

    Senior Lecturer

    Educational Psychology


  • Sarah Deemer


    Sarah Deemer

    Ph.D. 2017, Texas Woman’s University

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology


  • Wesley L. Edwards


    Wesley L. Edwards

    Ph.D., 2020, The University of Texas at Austin

    Assistant Professor

    Educational Leadership


  • Ruth McKoy Lowery


    Ruth McKoy Lowery

    Ph.D., 1998, The Pennsylvania State University

    Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Faculty Affairs

    Teacher Education and Administration


  • Hyun Kyong Ro


    Hyun Kyoung Ro

    Ph.D., 2011, The Pennsylvania State University

    Associate Professor

    Higher Education


  • Karen G. Rue


    Karen G. Rue

    Ed.D., 2002, Texas A&M University, College Station

    Executive in Residence

    Educational Leadership


  • Stephanie Silveira


    Stephanie L. Silveira

    Ph.D. 2018, University of Houston

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology