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  • Mary Andrus
    Assistant Professor and Program Director
    Art Therapy
  • Kristine Bella
    Instructor and Clinical Coordinator
    Art Therapy
    Rogers Hall 207
  • Janet Bixby
    Associate Dean/Associate Professor
    Rogers Hall 211

    Civic engagement of youth, teaching history, teaching social studies, equitable practices

  • Dr. Nathaniel O. Brown
    Assistant Professor
    Professional Mental Health Counseling

    Dr. Brown’s areas of expertise and interests include: HIV/AIDS Support Groups, Group Counseling/Work, GLBTQIQ+, Transition of Foster Care Young Adults into Postsecondary Education, The Retention/Persistence/Graduation Rates of College Students Who Experienced Foster Care, The Intersections of Queer Identity Development, and Collegial Identity Development of Marginalized/Oppressed Students, and Impostor Syndrome of Communities of Color in Postsecondary Education. 

  • Kimberly Campbell
    Mary Stuart Rogers Associate Professor of Education, Chair of Teacher Education
    MAT Secondary Program (Language Arts)
    Rogers Hall 406

    Middle and high school language arts, development of knowledge for new teachers, using teacher research to support knowledge development in new teachers, teaching middle and high school literature

  • Jeffrey Kyle Christensen
    Assistant Professor
    Professional Mental Health Counseling
    Rogers Hall 329

    Substance Abuse/Dependence, Suicide, At-Risk Youth, Supervision (Practicum/Internship), Counseling Student Retention Policies/Evaluation, Counselor Burnout, Spirituality, Wellness

  • Linda Christensen
    Instructor and Director of the Oregon Writing Project
    Rogers Hall 106
  • Lina Darwich
    Assistant Professor
    MAT Elementary and Secondary Programs

    Social and emotional learning (SEL); the intersection of SEL and social justice; teacher-student relationships; the social and emotional well-being of teachers 

  • Alexia DeLeon
    Assistant Professor with term
    Professional Mental Health Counseling - Specialization in Addictions
  • Elena Lilles Diamond
    Assistant Professor
    School Psychology
    Rogers Hall 335

    School Readiness, Early Intervention, Academic Achievement, Consultation, International School Psychology 

  • Cort Dorn-Medeiros
    Assistant Professor
    Professional Mental health Counseling - Specialization in Addictions

    Addictions treatment, mental health care, counselor education, clinical supervision, housing resources, curriculum development, volunteer recruitment, volunteer management, grant writing.

  • Carol Doyle
    Associate Professor
    Professional Mental Health Counseling
    Rogers Hall 317

    Research Methods & Statistics, Gay & Lesbian Identity Development, Sexual Minority Issues in Counseling

  • Sarah Ellenwood
    Adjunct Professor
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
  • Alejandra Favela
    Associate Professor
    ESOL Endorsement
    Rogers Hall 431

    Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Pedagogy

  • Sue Feldman
    Assistant Professor
    Doctor of Education in Leadership
    Rogers Hall 302

    Learning-Focused Leadership, The Generation and Use of Equity-focused Education Policy and Practice Interactional Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative Research and Evaluation

  • Mark Figueroa
    Assistant Professor; Associate Provost for Institutional Research and Planning
    Student Affairs Administration
    Frank Manor House

    Institutional research, strategic planning, equity and diversity, student access and success, quantitative and qualitative research methods, program evaluation and assessment

  • Photo by Karen Tedesco
    Associate Professor, Secondary Program Director
    MAT Secondary Program (Science)
    Rogers Hall 421

    Science Education, Teacher Education, Democratic Education, Secondary Education, Public School Reform, Science Teaching

  • Scott Fletcher
    Dean and Professor
    Rogers Hall 206A

    Philosophy of Education, Curriculum Theory, Teacher Preparation, and Environmental Education

  • Lynn Fontana
    Adjunct Professor

    Trauma Recovery, Individuals, Couples, Adolescents, Parenting, Families, Clinical Supervisor and Consultant for Counseling and Marriage and Family licensure, Certified in Interpersonal Neurobiology, EMDR Supervisor, and Consultant.

  • Mollie Galloway
    Associate Professor; Department of Educational Leadership Chair
    Doctor of Education in Leadership
    Rogers Hall 310

    Leadership for Equity and Social Justice, Construction of Privilege in Schools, Human Development, Applied Research Methods,

  • Linda Griffin
    Assistant Professor, Program Director
    MAT Elementary–Multiple Subjects Program
    Rogers Hall 415

    K-12 Mathematics, Reform in K-12 Mathematics Education, Equity in Mathematics Education, Learning Progressions in Mathematics, Early Childhood Mathematics, English Language Learners and Mathematics, Culturally Responsive Supervision, Dialogic Teaching in Mathematics.

  • Heather Hadraba
    Assistant Professor
    School Counseling, Program Director
    Rogers Hall 311

    Motivational Interviewing, Group Counseling, ASCA Model

  • Justin Henderson
    Assistant Professor | Director of Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center
    Professional Mental Health Counseling

    Compassion, Acceptance, and Mindfulness-based Therapeutic Modalities and Interventions; Shame Dynamics in Therapy; Shame Dynamics in Power, Privilege, and Oppression; Compassion Training; Mindfulness Training; Trauma; Body Image; Gender and Sexuality; Health Psychology; Training and Supervision; Clinical System Administration; Organizational Development and Consultation

  • Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe
    Associate Professor
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
    Rogers Hall 331

    Traumatic Stress, Resilience, Vicarious Resilience, Decolonization, Clinical Supervision, Domestic Violence, Animal-Human Bond and Counseling, Ecoinformed Family Therapy

  • Kathryn Jaspers
    Assistant Professor
    School Psychology
  • Stella Beatríz Kerl-McClain
    Associate Professor
    Professional Mental Health Counseling
    Rogers Hall 433

    Families, Couples and Individual Therapies; Diagnosis and Treatment of College Students, Children, Adolescents, Community Women, Couples and Families, and People with Chronic Mental Illness

  • Lana Kim
    Associate Professor
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy

    culture and cultural identity, gender, social constructionist and contextual approaches, couples therapy, and parent-child relationships

  • Carmen Knudson-Martin
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
    Rogers Hall 319

    Gender, race, and class in family therapy; sociocultural dynamics in family therapy; feminist perspectives in family therapy; family systems; family therapy assessment; couples and sex therapy

  • Lisa Lavelle, Mathematics Content Coordinator, Graduate School of Education and Counseling
    MAT Secondary Program (Mathematics)
  • Rafe McCullough
    Assistant Professor
    School Counseling

    Affirmative counseling with transgender and LGBQ individuals, multicultural & social justice counseling competencies, advocacy in schools, group counseling, school counseling, college counseling

  • Teresa McDowell
    Professor and Department Chair
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
    Rogers Hall 313

    Marriage and Family Therapy and MFT education, Critical social theory in the practice of family therapy, Internationalizing family therapy, Problem Gambling Treatment, AAMFT Approved Supervisor/Supervision

  • Peter Mortola
    School Psychology
    Rogers Hall 323

    Lifespan Development, Group Counseling with Children, Social & Emotional Assessment of Children, Developmentally Appropriate Methods of Counseling Children

  • Assistant Professor
    Student Affairs Administration

    Higher Education, Race, Ethnicity, Racial Stratification, Racial Heterogeneity, Organizational Change

  • Erin Fox Ocón
    Inservice Program Director
  • Amy Rees
    Associate Professor
    Professional Mental Health Counseling
    Rogers Hall 333
  • Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho
    Assistant Professor
    Preliminary Administration Licensure
    Rogers Hall 306
  • Erin Runt
    Adjunct Professor
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
  • Kim Stafford
    Associate Professor and Director
    Northwest Writing Institute
    Rogers Hall 424

    The Practice of Creative Writing, Teaching Writing, Ethnography of One’s Own Culture, Writing & Teaching Writing, The Poetry of William Stafford, The Literary Center as a Resource for Cultural Change, Peace-Making

  • Jessica Thomas
    MCFT Faculty
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
  • Alisun Thompson
    Assistant Professor
    MAT Secondary Program
    Rogers Hall 419

    The Teacher Workforce; Teacher Recruitment & Retention; Educational Policy & Teachers’ Work

  • Teri Tilley
    Assistant Professor
    MAT Elementary - Multiple Subjects program
  • Danielle Torres
    Associate Professor
    School Counseling
    Rogers Hall 307

    Educational Research, Assessment, & Technology; Social Justice & Diversity; Internship; Meeting Counseling Needs of Diverse Populations in Schools; Trauma-Informed Work in Schools; Increasing Academic Resiliency; Strengthening Family & School Connections; Post-Secondary College & Career Development for First Generation & Students of Color; School-Based Research Evaluation and Consultation

  • Amy Turnbull
    MAT Secondary Program (Art)
    Rogers Hall 425

    Curriculum, instruction, and assessment in the visual arts, using teacher research to support knowledge development in new teachers, literacy in the arts.

  • Dyan Watson
    Associate Professor
    MAT Secondary Program (Social Studies)

    Qualitative research methods, race and teaching, equity and social justice, teacher research.

  • Marisol Garcia Westberg
    Assistant Professor
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
    Rogers Hall 327

    Sexuality, Pleasure, Marginalization, Positive Therapy

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