Other Faculty

Laurie Cleavinger
Multi-Term Lecturer
785-864-7042
Science Education: Laurie Cleavinger, lecturer, joined the KU School of Education faculty full-time in the fall of 2010. Previously she worked as a high school science teacher at McLouth High School in McLouth, KS. Cleavinger earned her Ph.D. from Kansas State University, her M. A. from the... more
Lauri Herrmann-Ginsberg
785-864-4435
Joseph R. Pearson Hall

Lauri Herrmann-Ginsberg, lecturer, joined the Department of Curriculum and Teaching in the fall of 2005. Previously she had worked as an Instructional Designer and Lecturer at Colorado State University and as an English teacher in a public high school. She received a BA in English with Education... more

Karen Jorgensen
Multi-Term Lecturer
785-864-4435
Joseph R. Pearson Hall

Karen A. Jorgensen joined the KU faculty in August, 2005. She earned her B.A. in Elementary Education and Scandinavian Studies from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. Karen’s master’s work was completed at Høgskolen i Hamar (Norway) in the areas of Norwegian linguistics, literature and... more

Carrie La Voy
Multi-Term Lecturer
785-864-7024
Joseph R. Pearson Hall

Mathematics Education:

Carrie La Voy, lecturer, joined the KU School of Education faculty full-time in the fall of 2010. Previously she worked as an adjunct faculty member at The University of Kansas, Johnson County Community College, Ottawa University, and Haskell Indian Nations... more

An interesting read on heritage language research conducted by Dr. Hyesun Cho, C&T assistant professor and recent recipient of the Michael B. Salwen Scholar Award
Researcher calls for inclusion of heritage language in teacher preparation | The University of...
Researcher calls for inclusion of heritage language in teacher preparationMon, 05/05/2014ContactMike KringsKU News Service785-864-8860mkrings@ku.eduLAWRENCE — Heritage language education is growing, but it is still not recognized by students, parents, teachers and teacher educators as a benefit for…

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