As the only person to receive the Regent’s Excellence Award twice, John Achrazoglou seeks to prepare future educators through curriculum development and creating online programming.
Katharine Broton is a new Assistant Professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Her current research is about making ends meet during college and she studies students' financial aid, employment, and material well-being.
Kayla Reed Fitzke
As the University of Iowa College of Education’s new Assistant Professor in Couple and Family Therapy, Kayla Reed Fitzke seeks to motivate and inspire students while they develop their professional identities.
New Visiting Professor in Educational Measurement and Statistics, Deborah Harris, wants to impact students through teaching and mentoring.
Eboneé Johnson, new assistant professor in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling/Counselor Education and Supervision, seeks to train the next generation of counselors through her student-centered approach to education.
Eboneé Johnson helps train the next generation of counselors
Jennifer Knight, a new clinical assistant professor in Language, Literacy, and Culture, seeks to prepare excellent future classroom teachers through literacy development.
Jennifer Knight shares expertise in early elementary literacy development
New Clinical Associate Professor in Science Education, Ted Neal, seeks to help students reach their goals of becoming excellent teachers through his work with climate science and professional development in the classroom.
Steven Triplett, a new clinical instructor in educational leadership, has served in a variety of leadership roles over the past three decades across the state of Iowa.
Read more of the College of Education's 2018 Alumni magazine.