Doctor of Education, Year Round Cohort II

Welcoming PSU’s Newest Doctoral Students:

Lisa Bozogan

Interested in advocating for and developing policies that create opportunities for all children. BS from Colby-Sawyer College; MEd and CAGS (Early Childhood Education and Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Lead Teacher for the After-School Program at Windy Hill Lab School, Colby Sawyer College.

Ann Donahue

Interested in collaboration, library assessment and research work that intersects her personal and professional goals. BA from UNH; MLS from Southern Connecticut State; ALM from Harvard University. Currently Director of the UNH Manchester Library and Faculty Chair of the UNH Manchester Humanities Division.

Wilson Garcia

Interested in the recruitment and retention of Hispanic students in higher education. BA from Universidad de Antioquia, Columbia; MEd and CAGS (K-12 Education and Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Instructor of Spanish at PSU.

Michelle Jutras

Interested in the development and implementation of relevant learning experiences in middle school curricula. BA from Norwich University, VT; MEd and CAGS (K-12 Education and Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Social Studies and Language Arts teacher for the Middle School at Campton Elementary School. Will serve as the EdD Graduate Assistant during her program.

Kuo-Pin Lin

Interested in community-based arts programs that integrate arts education and youth development. BFA and MLA from University of Pennsylvania; MFA from NY Academy of Art; MEd from Teachers College, Columbia University, NY; MA from Yale University. Currently Guest Lecturer and Research Fellow at the National Taiwan University of the Arts.

Thomas Linehan

Interested in the IEP process as a ritual for the social construction of disability. BM from William Paterson College, NJ; MS and MEd from UNH (Marriage and Family, Early Childhood Special Needs). Currently Director of Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Team and Adjunct Faculty Member, UNH Department of Family Studies and UNH Cooperative Extension Family and Consumer Resources Educator.

Deborah Nary

Interested in precocious readers and their teachers. BS from Keene State College; MEd and post-master’s work (Reading and Writing) from UNH. Currently Literacy Facilitator (Coach) for the Dover, NH School District and Adjunct Graduate Faculty for Franklin Pierce University.

Holly Oliver

Interested in Music Teacher Education Preparation program curriculum. BM from UNH; MEd and CAGS (Administration and Supervision and Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Contract Faculty and Program Coordinator for Music Education at PSU.

Amy Schwartz

Interested in Workplace Wellness programs and the Career Change Process. BA and MPH (Maternal and Child Health) from University of Hawaii, Genetics and Genomics Certification from Sarah Lawrence College, NY. Currently Associate Director, NH Institute for Health Policy and Practice, at UNH.

Delilah Smith

Interested in the preparation of school and mental health counselors for working effectively with transgender and gender variant clients and students. BS, MEd and CAGS (Social Work, Counselor Education and Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Director of the S.A.G.E. Center and adjunct faculty member at PSU.

Kim Stoloski

Interested in issues related to school climate. BA from North Adams College, MA; MEd (School Psychology) from UMASS Boston; Post-Master’s work at University of Denver. Currently Principal at Bethlehem Elementary School, NH.

Barbara Wirth

Interested in retention of low income First Year college students. BS and MS (Business Education) from Southern New Hampshire University, CAGS (Educational Leadership) from PSU. Currently Coordinator and Academic and Career Counselor for undecided undergraduate students at PSU.


4 responses to “Doctor of Education, Year Round Cohort II”

  1. jwdesmarais says:

    where can I locate the names, bio’s etc of the entering class of 2010 in the doctoral program?

  2. Alita Becvar says:

    @BGSoccerMagic i recognize! it is the remaining act, thus it should be a bigger struggle.

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