Crawford-Garrett, Katy Associate Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 236 505-277-4976 email@example.comCurriculum Vitae
Background: Katherine Crawford-Garrett is an assistant professor of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of New Mexico. Her research explores neoliberal contexts of schooling, teacher activism, critical literacy and arts integration. Her book, Teach for America and the Struggle for Urban School Reform: Searching for Agency in an Era of Standardization, traces the experiences of Teach for America corps members working in Philadelphia during an era of high-stakes accountability and privatization.
Desai, Shiv Assistant Professor: Elementary and Secondary Education Hokona Hall 235 505-277-2338 firstname.lastname@example.org
Special projects/initiatives: National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship 2015-16 Recipient
Background: Dr. Desai is currently working with LOUD (Leaders Organizing 2 Unite & Decriminalize), where he is helping them conduct a Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) project that examines the school-to-prison pipeline as well as how YPAR can be utilized to inform new policies to shape a more socially just juvenile justice system. His other research interests include centering and privileging youth voices through spoken word poetry, hip hop and other forms of artistic expression. Shiv also recognizes that indigenous forms of knowledge are essential to reclaiming an education that pushes liberation. His research draws upon critical race theory, critical literacy, and decolonizing methodologies.
Flores-Duenas, Leila Associate Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 211 505-688-0839 email@example.com
Gould, Deena Assistant Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 267 firstname.lastname@example.org
Haniford, LauraAssociate Professor: Secondary Education Hokona Hall 230 505-277-9971 email@example.com
Kingsley, Karla Associate Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 289 505-277-1625 firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: Dr. Kingsley earned her MA and Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She has been teaching instructional technology and educational computing for 28 years; currently she serves on the editorial boards for three scholarly journals: Journal of Research on Technology in Education, Intervention in School and Clinic, and the Journal of Multicultural Praxis. She has worked as a computer programmer, instructional designer, director of information management training, and educational consultant.
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Krebs, MarjoriProfessor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 110 505-277-0602 email@example.comCurriculum Vitae
Special projects/initiatives: W. K. Kellogg Grant Recipient 2013-2016: ZETAC: Zuni Engaging Teachers and Communities
Background: Dr. Krebs is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Studies. She obtained her Master's Degree in Educational Theory & Practice from The Ohio State University, and her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Oklahoma, with a Major in History with an Emphasis in Education.
Sánchez, Rebecca Associate Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 238 505-277-1624 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sosa-Provencio, Mia Assistant Professor: Secondary Education Hokona Hall 233 505-277-2977 email@example.com
Torres-Velásquez, Diane Associate Professor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 113 505-277-9098 505-917-5070 firstname.lastname@example.org@unm.edu
Torrez, CherylProfessor: Elementary Education Hokona Hall 244 505-277-1169 email@example.com
Background: Dr. Torrez received her Ph.D. in Education, from the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia and her M.A. in Education- Curriculum and Instruction at California State University, Sacramento. She was a Distinguished Teacher in Residence at California State University-Sacramento. She taught in elementary school classrooms in California for 12 years and also held an academic appointment as Assistant Professor at Boise State University before joining the teacher education faculty at UNM.
Walker, TreniaProfessor: Hokona Hall 121 505-277-9611 firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: Dr. Walker is Professor and Chair of the Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy. She received her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction, her M.A. in History, and her B.A. in English from the University of Houston. Walker has served as a middle- and secondary- school History and English/Language Arts teacher, university History lecturer, a supervisor of student teachers, and held several administrative positions at the university-level.
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