Dr. Kristine Schutz’s research focuses on improving literacy instruction in elementary classrooms, particularly for children who have typically not been well-served by U.S. schools.
Kathleen M. Sheridan is an associate professor in the department of Educational Psychology. Dr. Sheridan received her PhD in Child and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MA from Washington University in St. Louis.
Everett Smith specializes in psychometrics, specifically Rasch measurement, and his research interests and expertise include test and rating scale design and analysis for the measurement of latent constructs and testing model robustness.
Whitney is an academic advisor working with students in the BA Urban Education: Elementary Education and BA Human Development and Learning programs.
David Omotoso Stovall is a professor of Educational Policy Studies and African-American Studies. His research interests include critical race theory, school-community relationships, youth culture and the relationship between housing and K-12 school systems.
Benjamin M. Superfine is an Associate Professor in the College of Education, where his research interests center on education law and policy.
Elizabeth Talbott is an Associate Professor of Special Education.
She serves as past-president and co-chair of public policy for the Council for Exceptional Children's Division for Research (CEC-DR).
Alfred W. Tatum is the Dean of the College of Education and director of the UIC Reading Clinic. Tatum's research focuses on the literacy development of African American males, particularly the roles of texts and writing to advance their literacy development.