Associate Professor of Education
Office: Stein 436
Here to Learn
Ed.D., Social Justice Education, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
M.Ed., School Counseling, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
B.A., Sociology, College of the Holy Cross
Education 167 - Educational Psychology
Education 232 - Schools: Surviving and Achieving
Education 340 - Multicultural Education
Education 394 - Directed Research
Primary Research Interests:
Students of Color
"The Moral consequences of Studying the Vunerable: Court MAndated Reporting and Beyond". Narrative Inquiry, Volume 19, November 2009.
"The N-Word: Reducing Verbal Pollution in Schools". The Clearing House, Volume 81, Number 6, July/August 2008.
"Even the Spanish Teachers are White: A Study of African Heritage and Latina Student Attribution and Engagement:. In Progress.
Keynote Speaker, Burncoat Senior High School, National Honor Society Induction Ceremony, May 2011
Keynote Speaker, Colgate University Race & Education Week, "Back to Basics: engaging Minority Students", October 2009
Presentation, "A Study of African Heritage and Latina Student Engagement, National Multicultural Conference and Summit New Orleans, January 2009
"Does Size Really Matter? The Impact of Small Learning Communities on Student Engagement in an Urban High School"
"A Study of African Heritage and Latina Student Engagement"