William Barba, Clinical Professor of Higher Education. Research interestsinclude educational leadership and policy. Courses include Foundations of Higher Education, Historical Bases of Higher Education, Critical Issues in Higher Education, Higher Education in U.S., Intercollegiate Athletics in Higher Education, Supervised Professional Experience, and Law & Education.
Janina Brutt-Griffler, Professor of Foreign and Second Language Education, ELP Department Chair, and Director of the Center. Research interests include the understanding of language use in society, educational and language policy, and higher education. Courses include Doctoral Seminar in Sociolinguistics, Principles of First and Second Language Acquisition, and Linguistics for Second Language Education.
Nathan Daun-Barnett, Assistant Professor of Higher Education. Research interests include college access and choice in U.S. higher education and public policy in higher education. Courses include Financing Higher Education, Program Evaluation and Assessment, Organization and Governance in Higher Education, and College Choice and Access in U.S.
Greg Dimitriadis, Professor of Educational Culture, Policy and Society and GSE Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Research interests include qualitative methods, urban education, educational policy, and popular culture. Courses include Sociological Bases of Education, Qualitative Research Methods, Sociology of School Knowledge, and Education and Globalization.
Stephen Dunnett, Professor of Foreign and Second Language Education, Director of English Language Institute, Vice Provost for International Education. Research interests include learning and instruction.
Jeremy Finn, Professor of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology. Research interests include school organization and class size, student engagement, disengagement, and dropping out, students at risk, and using quantitative methods to study policy issues. Courses include Statistical Methods of Educational Inference, Multivariate Statistical Techniques, and Doctoral Seminar on Educational Psychology Research.
Seong Won Han, Assistant Professor of Educational Culture, Policy and Society. Research interests include international and comparative education, gender inequality in STEM, educational policy, and teacher quality. Courses include Comparative and Global Studies in Education, Education and Social Stratification, and Foundations of Education.
Megan Holland, Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Educational Administration. Research interests include sociology of education K-20, educational transition, college access, and racial and ethnic diversity. Courses include Higher Education in U.S., Changing Social Contexts for Education Leaders, Organization and Governance in Higher Education, and Educational Transitions P-20.
Stephen L. Jacobson, UB Distinguished Professor of Educational Administration. Research interests include effective principal leadership in challenging, high needs schools, the reform of school leadership preparation and practice, and teacher compensation and labor market behavior. Courses include American Education for International Students, Reforming Teacher Compensation, and School & District Capacity Building.
D. Bruce Johnstone, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Higher and Comparative Education and Director of the International Comparative Higher Education Finance and Accessibility Project. Research interests include higher education finance, higher education governance, and international comparative higher education. Courses include Comparative Higher Education and International Comparative Education Finance.
Erin Kearney, Assistant Professor of Learning and Instruction. Research interests include cultural dimensions of foreign/second language teaching and learning, language teacher development and education, early foreign language learning and language awareness, and classroom discourse and interaction in L2 settings. Courses include Advanced Methods for Teaching LOTE and Understanding/Teaching Second Language Culture.
Namsook Kim, Clinical Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy and Assistant Director of the Center. Research interests include transformative pedagogy and multilingual, multicultural education. Courses include Multicultural Education: Theory and Practice, Cultural Diversity in Higher Education, Language, Culture, and Education in a Global Society, Principles of L1 and L2 Acquisition, and Linguistics for L2 Education.
Gloria K. Lee, Associate Professor of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology. Research interests include psychosocial adjustment of people with disabilities (chronic pain, autism spectrum disorders), psychosocial adjustment of caregivers with disabilities (chronic pain, autism spectrum disorders), and vocational issues and profiles of adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Courses include Multicultural Counseling.
Jaekyung Lee, Dean and Professor of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology. Research interests include education accountability policy and high-stakes testing, P-16 education pathways and school interventions, educational equity and achievement gaps, and international and comparative education. Courses include Fundamentals of Educational Research and Hierarchical Linear Model.
Xiufeng Liu, Professor of Learning and Instruction and Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Research. Research interests include science assessment, applications of Rasch measurement, opportunity-to-learn, and civic scientific literacy. Courses include Introduction to Curriculum, Instruction, and Science of Learning (CISL), Interdisciplinary Science Engineering Partnership, and Research in Science Education: Learning Theories in STEM.
Lilliam Malave, Associate Professor of Bilingual Education. Research interests include learning and instruction. Courses include Research Methods in Bilingualism, L2 Acquisition and English Language Learners & Emergent Bilinguals in Early Childhood and Childhood: Theory & Practice, Methods ESL Content Areas, and Bilingualism & Cognition: Current Research Findings.
Deborah Moore-Russo, Associate Professor of Learning and Instruction. Research interests include multimodal communication, visualization, and reasoning related to geometric and spatial concepts, use of technology to enhance the meaning-making process in postsecondary STEM education, and reflection in teaching and the disciplinary obligation. Courses include Technology in Secondary Mathematics, and Math Reasoning.
Raechele Pope, Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs. Research interests include multicultural competence, psychosocial development of students of color, multicultural organization development, and transformative leadership. Courses include The American College Student, Cultural Diversity in Higher Education, New Futures for Higher Education, Student Development, and Practicum in Higher Education Research.
Anastasia Riazantseva, Assistant Professor of Learning and Instruction. Research interests include L2 writing, second language acquisition, and language assessment. Courses include Academic English for International Students, Assessment of L2 Proficiency, and Doctoral Seminar in L2 Writing.
Sharon L. Raimondi, Visiting Professor and Director of Joint Ph.D. Program in Special Education. Research interests include special education and technology. Courses include Teaching the Exceptional Learner in the Regular Education Classroom, Theories of Learning and Behavior, and Single Subject Research.
Tom Ramming, Clinical Associate Professor of Educational Administration. Research interests include leadership in schools. Courses include Collective Bargaining, Clinical Seminar Interns, Leading an Effective School District, and School Business Administration.
Sarah A. Robert, Assistant Professor of Learning and Instruction and Affiliated Faculty of Global Gender Studies. Research interests politics and policies of education reform, teachers’ work and teachers’ knowledge, gender, and globalization and neoliberalism. Courses include Introduction to Social Studies Education, Gender in Education, and Research in Social Studies Education.
Kelly Roy, Clinical Assistant Professor of Learning and Instruction and Director of Fisher-Price Early Childhood Research Center. Research interests include preschool outdoor play and learning environments and coaching. Courses include Infant and Toddler Education Programs, Issues of Early Childhood Special Education, Foundations: Early Childhood Education, and Early Childhood Education Theory and Practice.
Margaret Sallee, Assistant Professor of Higher Education. Research interests include faculty work, graduate student socialization, work/life balance, and gender and masculinities. Courses include Historical Bases of Higher Education, Student Affairs Administration, The College Professoriate, and Organization and Governance in Higher Education.
Steven Simpson, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy. Research interests include economics of education. Courses include Economics of Education, Financing Higher Education, Education in a Global Economy, and Critical Issues in Higher Education.
Ji-Won Son, Assistant Professor of Learning and Instruction. Research interests include mathematics textbook analysis, implemented curriculum/performance assessment, teacher knowledge and beliefs, and international comparative study. Courses include Teaching Mathematics: Early Childhood, Improving Elementary Mathematics Instruction, and Math Problem Posing & Solving.
Corrie Stone-Johnson, Assistant Professor of Educational Administration. Research interests include educational change, educational leadership, teacher cultures, and micropolitics. Courses include Nature of Inquiry, Curriculum & Instruction Leadership, and Problems & Paradigms in Educational Administration.
X. Christine Wang, Associate Professor of Learning and Instruction. Research interests include technology and early learning & development, digital literacies and science inquiry, and early education in international contexts. Courses include Childhood Development and Learning and Qualitative Research Methods in Education.
Lois Weis, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Educational Culture, Policy and Society. Research interests include race, class, and gender in American schools. Courses include Qualitative Research Methods in Education, Education and Socialization, and Writing Dissertation Proposals.
Jianqiang Wang, Associate Professor of Library and Information Studies. Research interests include information retrieval under uncertainty, multilingual information access, and e-discovery. Courses include Introduction to Information Technology.