Five full-time promotion track professors and five visiting scholars have joined the School of Education faculty this fall. The new research and clinical academicians bring the total SOE full-time faculty to 55.
"I am very proud that the School of Education attracts some of the nation's leading scholars and that we are able to provide our students with the best-possible learning experience by ensuring access to outstanding faculty," Dean David Andrews says. "We are committed to seeing that all children, regardless of where they live, have access to a quality education."
Promotion Track Faculty
David Steiner is the executive director of SOE's new Institute for Education Policy. Steiner, who previously served as dean of the School of Education at Hunter College and director of the City University of New York's Institute for Education Policy, also will serve as research professor.
Ashley Berner is the deputy director for the Institute for Education Policy and an assistant professor (clinical). Berner was deputy director of the CUNY Institute for Education Policy.
Vivian Lee is an associate professor (clinical) in Counseling and Human Development. Lee served as associate professor in the Department of Counselling, faculty for Social Wellbeing, at the University of Malta.
Camille Bryant is an associate professor (clinical) in the Doctor of Education program. She was previously an associate professor in the College of Education and Health Professions at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia.
Lieny Jeon is an assistant professor of research in early childhood education. She recently completed her PhD and postdoctoral training at Ohio State University.
New Visiting Faculty
Karen Karp, a visiting professor, was previously a Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Louisville.
Elizabeth Pare-Blagoev, a visiting assistant professor in the Mind, Brain, and Teaching program, was previously director of the Center for Applied Developmental Science and Neuroeducation at George Washington University.
Aparna Ramaswamy, a visiting assistant professor in Counseling and Human Development, was previously a JHU faculty associate.
Marsha Boveja Riggio, a visiting assistant professor in Counseling and Human Development, was previously a JHU faculty associate.
Paula Rainer, a visiting assistant professor in Counseling and Human Development, was previously an assistant professor of clinical mental health counseling and progress at South University in Richmond, Virginia.
Vivian Lee's role at the University of Malta was misstated in an earlier version of this article. The Hub regrets the error.