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Faculty

Program Faculty Adjunct Faculty

GA Coordinators

Previous Faculty Members

James R. Kitchen, Ph.D.

Penny Rue, Ph.D.

Renee Barnett Terry, Ph.D.

Lori White, Ph.D.

Sandra Cook, Ph.D


Program Faculty

The program faculty brings diverse expertise to student advising, curriculum design, and its delivery.  The expertise of the faculty includes leadership, governance, student services, vocational education, community college issues, and issues related to individuals with disabilities. The faculty collaborate in program planning, and are actively involved in ongoing projects, research, writing, publications, grants and local and national and international education efforts.

Marilee J. Bresciani Ludvik, Ph.D.

Marilee J. Bresciani Ludvik, Ph.D.

Professor
Curriculum Vitae

 
Charles Edmund Degeneffe, Ph.D., CRC, ACSW

Charles Edmund Degeneffe, Ph.D., CRC, ACSW

Professor

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Emily_Marx, Ph.D.

Emily Marx, Ph.D.

 
Felisha_Herrera_PhD

Felisha Herrera, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor 

Curriculum Vitae

 

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Frank Harris III, Ed.D.

Frank Harris III, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

 
Lisa_Gates, Ph.D.

Lisa Gates, Ph.D.

Lecturer

Curriculum Vitae

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Luke Wood, Ph.D.

Luke Wood, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Curriculum Vitae

 
Mark Tucker, Ph. D.

Mark Tucker, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor Interwork Institute

Curriculum Vitae

 
Márissa Vasquez Urias, Ed.D.

Marissa Vásquez Urias, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor

Curriculum Vitae

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Adjunct Faculty

Cynthia Davalos

Cynthia Dávalos, Ph.D.

University of California, San Diego

 
Patty Mahaffey, Ed.D.

Patty Mahaffey, Ed.D.

Dean of Student Affairs, Muir College
University of California, San Diego

 
Sherry Mallory, Ph.D.

Sherry Mallory, Ph.D.

Dean of Student Affairs, Revelle College
University of California, San Diego

Curriculum Vitae

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Graduate Assistantship Coordinators

Cynthia Davalos

Cynthia Dávalos, Ph.D.

University of California, San Diego

Robyn Adams, Ph.D.

Robyn Adams, Ph.D. 

San Diego State University

 

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