Susan Goldman's research interests are in learning and assessment in subject matter domains such as literacy, mathematics, history and science.
Artin Goncu is a professor emeritus of educational psychology and a nationally renowned scholar of human development, particularly on the role of play in children's development. His research focuses on the role of social and cultural contexts in human development and...
Gerald Graff has had a major influence on the practice of teaching through his many books on education, textbooks, and talks at schools and colleges.
Rico Gutstein's research and teaching interests include mathematics education, teaching for social justice and critical literacies in an urban, multicultural context.
Martha M. Hebert, EdD, has worked with the Center for Urban Education Leadership since 2006 gathering and presenting qualitative and quantitative evidence of the practice, progress and successes of EdD Urban Education Leadership program candidates.
Mike manages the College's prospective student and current student data for recruitment, admissions and academics.
Stacey S. Horn, PhD is a Professor of Educational and Developmental Psychology and Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology, affiliate faculty member in Community Psychology and Prevention Research, and Program Director for the M.Ed.