New Faculty at the CEHD

Ashley ArnoldAshley Arnold
Instructor, Department of Middle and Secondary Education
Ms. Arnold is a literacy instructor and a doctoral candidate in the CEHD's Curriculum and Instruction program. Her primary research interests are adolescent literacy and disciplinary literacy. Ms. Arnold's dissertation will focus on how identity performances shape discussion in a high school classroom.

Jessica BuckleyJessica Buckley
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Organizational Development
Dr. Buckley has returned to the CEHD after a one-year leave to work on projects in Washington, D.C. She is the co-investigator for the Fort Knox Cadre and Faculty Development Course (CFDC), which is now called the Master Educator Course. Dr. Buckley directs the development of curriculum and the selection and training of faculty and staff for the program.

Katie HarmanKatie Harman
Clinical Instructor
Dr. Harman's pre-clinical research focuses on understanding the progression of both autonomic and locomotor dysfunction following central nervous system injury and disease. She has taught several courses in the subject area of anatomical sciences including Medical Neural Systems and Anatomy and Physiology.

Jean LeeJean Lee
Instructor, Department of Special Education
Ms. Lee is an instructor for the Gifted and Talented program and is a doctoral candidate in the School of Special Education at the University of Northern Colorado. Her doctoral studies are focused on Gifted and Talented education, Applied Statistics and Research Methods and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Ms. Lee's research interests include teacher preparation, professional development, and program evaluation that advances the profession of education.

Amanda MitchellAmanda Mitchell
Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and Human Development
Dr. Mitchell comes to us from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research where she was a postdoctoral researcher in psychoneuroimmunology. Her research agenda examines how chronic stress affects physical health, particularly immune functioning, with an emphasis on how one's coping strategies affect this relationship.

Stephen TuckerStephen Tucker
Assistant Professor, Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Dr. Tucker's research interests are children's mathematical interactions with technology--specifically young children's development of physically embodied mathematics as they use digital technologies. He will continue to advance research in the Embodied Mathematics Education Research Group (EMERG), a project he began at Virginia Commonwealth University.