João Paraskeva Ph.D., University of Minho, Portugal (2004)
Professor; Specializes in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Curriculum Theory and Development, Critical Theory, Qualitative Methods, Southern Theory.
Ismael Ramirez-Soto Ed.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst (1984) , J.D. University of Puerto Rico School of Law (1977)
Dean, School of Education, Public Policy & Civic Engagement; Specializes in Educational Policy and the Law, Equity and Educational Finance, Foundations of Education, Educational Leadership, and K-20 Administration.
João Rosa University of Wisconsin-Madison (2006)
Assistant Professor; Specializes in Curriculum and Instruction, Critical Theory, Critical Literacy, Applied Linguistics and Language Policies, and Disenfranchised Communities.
Matthew Roy Ph.D., University of Rhode Island (1995)
Full Professor, Assistant Provost and Director of the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement; Specializes in Leadership Studies and Management, Service Learning, and Organizational Behavior.
Michael Goodman Ph.D., Boston University (2000)
Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Public Policy; Specializes in Economic Development, Demographic Analysis and Housing Policy, and is Co-Editor of MassBenchmarks, the Journal of the Massachusetts Economy published by the UMass Donahue Institute in collaboration with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Clyde Barrow Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles (1984)
Chancellor Professor and Director of the Center for Policy Analysis; Specializes in Massachusetts Public Policy, Policy Formation, Higher Education Policy, Gaming Policy, and Regional Economic Development.
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