Current Visiting Scholars

Current Visiting Scholars

Each year, School of Education hosts a number of talented visiting international scholars who spend a year working with faculty hosts on world educational issues. We are pleased to welcome Fall 2022 visiting scholars from Brazil, Turkey, South Korea, Congo, Germany and Australia.

Emma Rowe

Emma Rowe

Australia

Faculty Host: Christopher Lubienski
Home University: Deakin University
Area of Research: Educational reform and education policy, school choice, privatization, and marketization.

Carla Dantas

Carla Dantas

Brazil

Faculty Host: Thomas Nelson Laird
Home University: University of Brasilia - UnB (Universidade de Brasília)
Area of Research: Student transition and academic persistence institutional actions in higher education, high-Impact educational practices, student engagement, student affairs, and student success.

Mehmet Ocal

Mehmet Ocal

Turkey

Faculty Host: Enrique Galindo
Home University: Agri Ibrahim Cecen University
Area of Research: Technology integration in mathematics education, problem solving/posing and teacher training

Sibel Tatar

Sibel Tatar

Turkey

Faculty Host: Martha Nyikos
Home University: Boğaziçi University
Area of Research: Foreign language teacher cognition, language teaching methodology, and non-native speaking professionals in TESOL

Seungwon Song

Seungwon Song

South Korea

Faculty Host: Kyungbin Kwon
Home Institution: Korean Educational Development Institution (KEDI)
Area of Research: Longitudinal study in education, educational survey and data analysis.

Jae-Seok Yang

Jae-Seok Yang

South Korea

Faculty Host: Martha Nyikos
Home University: Daegu National University of Education
Area of Research: ESL/EFL, Language teaching method, Technology-enhanced language learning, Pre-service teacher education, Vocabulary learning strategies, Language learning strategies.

Jan-Christian Wilkening

Jan-Christian Wilkening

Germany

Faculty Host: Keith Barton
Home University: Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU)
Area of Research: History Education. Jan-Christian is writing a doctoral thesis on the topic "People with Intellectual Disabilities as Actors in their own History."

Raymond Sangabau

Raymond Sangabau

Democratic Republic of Congo

Faculty Host: Beth Samuelson
Home University: University of Kinshasa
Area of Research: Immigrants’ Perception (Past and Current) of the English Language

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