Faculty

School of Education Faculty

Counselor Education

Elisabeth Bennett, Ph.D., University of Utah: Philosophy in Counseling Psychology; Program Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program; Licensed psychologist.
Mary Brown
, M.Ed., Gonzaga University: Counselor Education; Program Director of School Counseling; Specializes in school counseling, education, and supervision.
Ramona Griffin, Ed.D., Washington State University: Counselor Education
Paul Hastings, Ph.D., Washington State University: Counselor Education; Specializes in marriage and family counseling and cognitive behavior therapy.
Michelle Ghoston, Lecturer, Counselor Education
Jame Lontz, Assistant Professor, Counselor Education
Dr. Addy Wissel, Lecturer, Counselor Education; Director, School Counseling Program
Mark Young, Ph.D., Idaho State University: Doctoral Degree in Counselor Education; Program Director of Marriage and Family Counseling; Specializes in marriage and family counseling.

Educational Leadership and Administration

Al Fein, Ph.D., Gonzaga University: Program Director of the M.Ed. in Leadership and Administration, site-based (Alberta); Specializes in educational administration and leadership.
Cynthia Johnson
, Ed.D., Texas A&M: Specializes in Educational Leadership.
Dan Mahoney
, Ph.D., Gonzaga University: Educational Ethics and Program Director of the Master of Anesthesiology Education.
Elaine Radmer, Lecturer for the Department of Leadership and Administration
Chuck Salina, Ph.D., Gonzaga University: Program Director of the M.A. in Leadership and Administration (Washington)
Jerri Shepard
, Ed.D., University of San Francisco: Program Director of the M.A. in Leadership and Administration, site-based (British Columbia); Specializes in Teaching At-Risk Students.

Special Education

Anjali Barretto, Ph.D., University of Iowa: Specializes in functional analysis and treatment of aberrant behavior and feeding disorders.
Mark Derby, Ph.D., University of Iowa: Specializes in assessment, severe behavior problems, developmentally disabled, and functional analysis.
Tim McLaughlin, Ph.D., University of Kansas: Specializes in precision teaching, behavior disorders, the ADHD child, and special education research.
Kimberly Weber, Ph.D., Ohio State University: Specializes in classroom management, direct instruction strategies, at-risk students, and verbal behavior and development.

Sport and Physical Education

Boyd Foster, Ph.D., Arizona State University: Physical Education; Specializes in body composition, physical activity, and diet; health and nutrition education; obesity and metabolism.
Heidi Nordstrom, Ph.D., University of New Mexico: Sports Administration
Roger Park, Ph.D.,  University of Northern Colorado; Assistant Professor in the Department of Sport & Physical Education; Specializes in sport management. Jeff Reed, Ph.D., Gonzaga University: Educational Leadership; Assistant Professor in the Department of Sport & Physical Education; Specializes in early childhood activity.
Karen Rickel, Ph.D., University of Idaho: Education; Assistant Professor in the Department of Sport & Physical Education; Specializes in health and wellness.
Jon Sunderland, Ph.D., University of Oregon: Sport and Physical Education; Specializes in Sport Psychology, sport management, administration, and secondary teaching of physical education.
Diane Tunnell, Ed.D., Oklahoma State University: Physical Education; Specializes in health education, physical education, and administration.

Teacher Education 

Anny Case, Assistant Professor for the Department of Teacher Education.
Jonas Cox, Ph.D., University of Iowa: Teacher Education; Specializes in learning theories and development of logical thought in children and logical thought processes that underlie mathematical and scientific concepts; grant writing.
Jennifer Nelson
, Ed.D., Washington State University: Teaching and Learning; Specializes in social studies, methods and teaching strategies.
Deborah Nieding, Ph.D., University of Missouri: Teacher Education; Program Director of the Master of Initial Teaching Program; Specializes in curriculum, instruction, assessment, and literacy. Kathy Nitta, Lecturer for the Department of Teacher Education.
John Traynor, Jr., Ph.D., Washington State University: Specializes in foundation of education, service learning and classroom management.

School of Education
714 E. Boone Ave.
AD Box 25
Spokane, WA 99258-0025
Phone: (509) 313-3594
(800) 533-2554 x3594

Location
The Rosauer Center for Education