Announcing New Faculty Hire – Dr. Julie Alonzo
I am pleased to announce the hire of Dr. Julie Alonzo, currently a Research Associate Professor and Co-Director of Behavioral Research and Teaching (BRT) as Lecturer in EMPL, academic program director for the DEd program, and contributor to other EMPL leadership preparation programs. Julie will serve a vital role in anchoring the DEd program, in particular, and engaging in continuous improvement of the academic program. Many of you know Julie because of her illustrious career as a researcher and one of our emerging leaders in asynchronous on-line course development. For those of you who do not know Julie well, I will share some of her biography from our website.
Prior to coming to the UO to pursue her doctoral studies, Julie worked for 12 years as a secondary school teacher and administrator in California and earned her National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification in Adolescent and Young Adulthood English Language Arts. A member of the Kansas Delaware tribe, she received her Ph.D. from our college in 2007. She has taught a variety of graduate-level courses for our college including Survey of Educational Research Methodology, Professional Writing, Action Research, Introduction to Research Methods, Measurement in Decision Making, Measurement and Assessment, Middle/Secondary Teacher Education Curriculum/Assessment Alignment, and Middle/Secondary Teacher Education Capstone Project. She has served on grant peer review panels for the U.S. Department of Education, the National Institute of Justice, and the National Science Foundation. Julie has published 18 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 8 book chapters, 118 technical reports, and has presented 57 papers at research conferences. She is a member of the Editorial Review Boards for Assessment for Effective Intervention, Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, and Journal of Educational Measurement and regularly serves on grant review panels for the U.S. Department of Education.
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