Beaudine brings expertise in math and STEM education
Gregory Beaudine joins the college as a clinical assistant professor in the Mathematics Education program.
Degollado researches bilingual education teachers’ lived experiences
Enrique Degollado joins the college as an assistant professor in the Multilingual Education program.
Evcen supports linguistically diverse students
Ozge Evcen joins the college as a visiting assistant professor in Elementary Literacy Education.
Gabel’s expertise helps all teachers, students succeed in reading and math
Gary Gabel joins the college as a visiting associate professor and the Elementary Reading and Math Coordinator in the Teacher Education Program.
Gallo trains future counselors to help prevent youth suicide
Laura Gallo, a new assistant professor in school counseling, is passionate about suicide prevention work within schools and training the next generation of school counselors.
Garcia Vazquez supports students of color, social emotional learning
Enedina Garcia Vazquez joins the College of Education as a distinguished visiting professor in the School Psychology program.
Izumi empowers school psychologists with early-intervention skills
Jared Izumi, a new assistant professor in the School Psychology program at the College of Education, wants to empower school psychologists with knowledge and tools and conduct research on early interventions for students.
Kieffer-Haverkamp shares educational leadership expertise in new role
Lisa Kieffer-Haverkamp joins the University of Iowa College of Education full-time as a clinical instructor in the Educational Leadership Program after serving as an adjunct professor for seven years.
Levine’s research builds understanding, decreases disability bias
Allison Levine joins the college as an assistant professor in the Rehabilitation Counseling program.
Nordine pursues non-linear path to teaching future science educators
Jeffrey Nordine joins the Iowa College of Education this fall as an associate professor in the Science Education program in the Department of Teaching and Learning.
Rowe inspires students to explore environmental issues through art
Allison Rowe joins the college as a clinical assistant professor in the Art Education program in the Department of Teaching and Learning.
Schey’s research focuses on LGBTQ+ youth, more inclusive climate in schools
Ryan Schey, who joins the University of Iowa College of Education as a visiting professor in the English Education program, explores literacy and language practices and social change through his teaching and research.
Zhang brings expertise in mental health of diverse school populations
Yanchen Zhang joins the college as an assistant professor in the School Psychology program.
Read more from the Annual Report 2021.