Faculty Directory

Alamillo, Laura

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm 269
Phone: (559) 278-0280
Email: lalamillo@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group - Core

Areas of Expertise:  Bilingual education policy, theory and method; education of culturally and linguistically diverse students; second language acquisition theory and methods; Latina/o children's literature; language issues in education

Benninga, Jacques

faculty

Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction (CI)
Director, Bonner Center for Character Education and Citizenship

Office: Education Building, Rm 250
Phone: (559) 278-0253
Email: jackb@csufresno.edu

Website: www.fresnostate.edu/bonnercenter

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Curriculum and instruction; developmental psychology; character education.

Bohlin, Carol Fry

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm 234
Phone:(559)278-0237
Department Phone:(559)278-0240; Mail Stop: ED2
Fax:559-438-6284
Email: carolb@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Mathematics education; professional development for math teachers; educational neuroscience; mathematics learning and teaching styles.

Education:
B.A. The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
M.H.D.L. The University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Ph.D. The Ohio State University

Positions:
Professor, Mathematics Education

Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative(MSTI)
Director (2007-Present)
California Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (CAMTE)
President (2004-2006)
California Online Mathematics Education Times (COMET)
Editor (2000-Present)
CSU Mathematics Education Resource Center (CSU MERC)
Director (2000-Present)
NCTM News Bulletin: Assessment Issues Column
Editor (2003-2004)
San Joaquin Valley Mathematics Project (SJVMP)
Principal Investigator (1990-Present)
Strategies for Teacher Excellence Promoting Student Success (STEPSS)
Co-Principal Investigator and Coordinator, Master's Cohort:
K-8 Mathematics (1998-2005)

Bohlin, Roy M.

faculty

Co-Director, Teaching and Leading for Educational Needs with Technology (TALENT) Project
Coordinator, Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Technology
Graduate Program Coordinator
Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction Option

Office: Education Building, Rm 241
Phone: (559) 278-0245
Email: royb@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Curriculum and instruction; technology integrated into curriculum; educational statistics; advanced instructional theories and strategies.

Boris, Virginia

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm 350
Phone: (559) 278-0292
Email: vboris@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Affiliated

Areas of Expertise: K-12 education administration; central office administration; curricular leadership; systems and quality applications for educational leadership; curriculum mangagement audits; classroom walk throughs; program evaluation; curriculum/instruction/assessment alignment; formative assessment; building instructional leaders; examining student work; standards-based instruction; leadership strategies to impact academic achievement; mastery learning.

Brown-Welty, Sharon

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm 310
Phone: (559) 278-0294
Email: sharonb@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Post-secondary education administration; program evaluation; education leadership; conflict resolution; strategic planning; policy development; leading reform; building learning communities.

DeVoogd, Glenn

faculty

Chair, Department of Literacy, Early, Bilingual, and Special Education (LEBSE)

Office: Education Building, Rm250
Phone: (559) 278-0279
E-mail: gdevoogd@csufresno.edu
Curriculum Vita: Glenn DeVoogd

DPELFS Graduate Group - Core

Areas of Expertise: Critical literacy; literacy instruction; reading; writing; uses of technology; social studies; policy, research; assessment.

Gonzalez, Juan Carlos

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm371
Phone: (559) 278-9001
Email: jcg@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Latina/o Critical Theory (LatCrit) in Education; Visual Ethnography and Qualitative Research Methods; Educational Policy and History; Multicultural and Latino Educational Issues; Academic Socialization of Doctoral Students and Faculty

Harris, Debra M.

Office: Psychology/Human Services Building, Rm146
Phone: (559) 278-2966
Email: dharris@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group-Core

Areas of Expertise: Program evaluation; teaching via the internet; developmental disabilities; physical disabilities; health (specifically nutrition, physical activity, and food availability) issues; chemical dependency; treatment and evaluation.

Hart, Steve

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm247
Phone: (559) 278-0319
E-mail: smhart@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group - Affiliated

Areas of Expertise: Literacy education and teacher professional development; literacy education for diverse learners; critical literacy, service-learning, and educational equity and justice; school reform; afterschool literacy programs; school-wide literacy assessment plans.

Hauser, Linda

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm 459
Phone: (559) 278-0362
Email: lhauser@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Leadership Systems research; tranformational change; performance excellence; school leadership; organization development.

Magdaleno, Kenneth

faculty

Chair, Department of Educational Research and Administration (ERA)

Office: Education Building, Rm369
Phone: (559) 278-0309
Email: kmagdaleno@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Mentoring of Latina and Latino educational administrators; equity in educational administration; the effect of Latina and Latino educational leaders as role models; managing educational organizations; multi-cultural coaching; closing the achievement gap; instructional leadership; mentoring.

Marshall, James E.

faculty

Associate Dean, Kremen School of Education and Human Development
Director, Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at Fresno State (DPELFS)

Office: Education Building, Rm205
Phone: (559) 278-0205
Email: jamesm@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: School curriculum reform; assessment; science education.

Mullooly, James

Professor, Department of Anthropology

Office: Peters Building, Rm254
Phone: (559) 278-7574
E-mail: jmullooly@csufresno.edu
Website: James Mullooly

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Qualitative methods; ethnography; applied Anthropology; ethnomethodology; social reproduction; culture theory; teaching English as a second/foreign language; middle school methods.

Olson-Buchanan, Julie

Faculty, Chair, Department of Management

Office: Peters Building, Rm289
Phone: (559) 278-2851
Email: julie_olson@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Human resource management; employee selection; work-life balance; conflict in organizations; fairness in management; virtual teams; technology in the workplace; compensation and reward systems.

Torgerson, Colleen

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm255
Phone: (559) 278-0328
Email: colleent@csufresno.edu
Curriculum Vita: Colleen Torgerson

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Special Education: mild/moderate disabilities, services for infants to students age 22, legal issues, IEP development - student-led IEPs; Leadership and Administration in Education: K-12 and higher education; Teacher Education; University Freshman Experience: learning communities

Tracz, Susan

faculty

Office: Education Building, Rm447
Phone: (559) 278-0347
Email: susant@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Statistical methodology (general linear model issues, meta-analysis); educational reform (national teacher certification); counseling (interprofessional collaboration, dream/imagery techniques in counseling).

Wise, Donald

faculty

Coordinator, Education Administration Credential Programs

Office: Education Building, Rm355
Phone: (559) 278-0298
Email: dwise@csufresno.edu

DPELFS Graduate Group – Core

Areas of Expertise: Educational leadership; instructional supervision; educational reform and reform models; planning for higher achievement; school and district planning; changing school cultures.