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|Zuna, Nina||Special Education||Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Early Childhood Special Education|
|Yildirim, Yetkin||Architecture; Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; Human Development and Family Sciences; Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering; College of Natural Sciences; Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering; Special Education; Statistics and Scientific Computation||STEM Education Engineering Education|
|Vaughn, Sharon||Special Education||Enhancing outcomes for students with disabilities in the areas of reading and social development through the development, identification, implementation, and evaluation of effective interventions that …|
|Toste, Jessica||Special Education||Reading intervention Learning disabilities Psychosocial processes Mechanisms of risk and resilience Teacher-student relationship Classroom climate|
|Tackett, Kathryn||Special Education||Implementation of Response-to-Intervention (RTI) at the elementary and middle school levels|
|Sorrells, Audrey||Special Education||Learning Disabilities/Behavior Disorders, Multicultural Special Education|
|Solis, Michael||Special Education||Reading Interventions for students with difficulty in reading. Specifically, vocabulary and reading comprehension interventions for students in grades 4-8.|
|Schaller, James||Special Education||Career development for people with disabilities; psychological and vocational assessment; quantitative and qualitative research methodologies|
|Powell, Sarah||Special Education||Mathematics learning difficulties Word-problem solving Understanding mathematics symbols Peer tutoring|
|Pazey, Barbara||Educational Administration; Special Education||Dr. Pazey's research interests focus on the development of socially just administrator and teacher leadership preparation programs in the context of meeting the academic, social, and emotional …|