Profiles in "Educator Professional Development" Expertise Area

  • Gary Bitter has researched emerging technologies for the last 50 years. He is interested in any approach that attempts to determine the feasibility of m-learning throughout education.
  • Robert Kleinsasser is a member of the graduate faculty doctoral interdisciplinary area committees in applied linguistics and learning, literacies and technologies.
  • Diane Venrick is a retired clinical associate professor with more than 30 years of teaching and administrative experience.
  • Professor M. Jeanne Wilcox established the Infant Child Research Laboratory Programs which are focused on developing and testing interventions to improve young children’s learning and developmental outcomes.
  • Jinnette Senecal, M.Ed. Director, Academic Operations Arizona State University Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
  • Patty Rosciano is the Senior Program Coordinator of ASU's Employee Recognition Program and New Employee Orientation.  Born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. Avid hiker. Dog lover. Sun Devil Graduate.
  • Molina Walters is the program coordinator for the Environmental Education Program of Distinction Certificate and the developer of numerous science professional development opportunities.
  • Carberry's scholarship, teaching, and service are focused in the broad area of engineering education.
  • Josephine Peyton Marsh is an associate professor of literacy education and the chair of the Leadership and Innovation Ed.D. program.