Keith NittaKeith Nitta: Associate Professor
Education Policy, Comparative Politics, Leadership and Management
Ph.D., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley



Tom BellamyTom Bellamy: Professor and Founding Director: Goodlad Institute
Education Policy, Education Leadership and Renewal, School Reform
Ph.D., Special Education, University of Oregon



Shauna CarlisleShauna Carlisle: Assistant Professor
Approaches to Social Research, Race, Public Policy and Inequality
Ph.D., Social Welfare, University of Washington



Charlie CollinsCharlie Collins: Assistant Professor
Community Organizations, Multilevel Theory, Community Transformation, Social Networks
Ph.D., Ecological Community Psychology, Michigan State University


Martha Groom

Martha Groom: Professor
Conservation of Biodiversity, Ecology, Plant-Animal Interactions
Ph.D., Zoology, University of Washington
Nives DolšakNives Dolšak: Affiliate Professor
Ph.D., Jointly, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington


Paul HillPaul Hill: Professor
Reinventing Public Education
Ph.D., Political Science, Ohio State University


Cinnamon Hillyard

Cinnamon Hillyard: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Ethnomathematics
Ph.D., Mathematics, Utah State University 


Dan Jacoby

Dan Jacoby: Professor
Political Economy, Labor and Education
Ph.D., Economics, University of Washington



Bruce KochisBruce Kochis: Senior Lecturer
Policy Studies, Human Rights, East European Studies
Ph.D., Slavic, University of Michigan


Lauren Lichty

Lauren Lichty: Assistant Professor
Adolescent Health, Sexual Health, Community Psychology
Ph.D., Michigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology 


David Stokes

David Stokes: Associate Professor
Conservation Biology, Animal Ecology, Conservation Planning 
Ph.D., Zoology, University of Washington


Tate TwinamTate TwinamAssistant Professor
Urban, Public, and Environmental Economics, Econometric Theory, Environmental Justice
Ph.D., Economics, University of Pittsburgh

Camille Walsh

Camille Walsh: Assistant Professor
Law, Human Rights, Education Policy, Race, Gender and Sexuality
J.D. Harvard Law School
Ph.D., History, University of Oregon

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