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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.

 

  • Stephanie Aguilar-Smith

    Stephanie Aguilar-Smith

    Ph.D., 2021, Michigan State University

    Assistant Professor

    Counseling and Higher Education


  • Payton Birlew
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    Payton Birlew

    M.S., 2017, University of North Texas

    Lecturer

    Educational Psychology


  • Katherine Bomer
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    Katherine Bomer

    M.A., 1990, Teachers College, Columbia University

    Professor of Practice

    Teacher Education and Administration


  • Elizabeth Hubbard

    Elizabeth Hubbard

    Ph.D., 2017, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation


  • Alexander T. Hutchison

    Alexander T. Hutchison

    Ph.D., 2007, University of Houston

    Assistant Clinical Professor

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation


  • Jerraco Johnson

    Jerraco Johnson

    Ph.D., 2019, Auburn University

    Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation


  • Brenda Rubio

    Brenda Rubio

    Ph.D., 2018, The University of Texas at Austin

    Assistant Professor

    Teacher Education & Administration


  • Valerie Stevenson
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    Valerie Stevenson

    DAT, 2016, University of Idaho

    Lecturer

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation


  • James O. Uanhoro

    James O. Uanhoro

    Ph.D., 2021, Ohio State University

    Assistant Professor

    Educational Psychology


  • Laura Valerius
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    Laura Valerius

    Ph.D., 1990, University of Illinois-Urbana

    Clinical Assistant Professor

    Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation


  • Lok-Sze Wong

    Lok-Sze Wong

    Ph.D., 2015, University of Michigan

    Assistant Professor

    Teacher Education and Administration