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Faculty Community Highlights

Counseling psychology professor Fran Blumberg, Ph.D., was invited to join the editorial board of the new interdisciplinary American Psychological Association (APA) journal, Technology, Mind, and Behavior.

Gerald M. Cattaro, Ed.D., executive director of the Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-Based Education and professor at the Graduate School of Education, was appointed by Pope Francis this spring as one of two new consultors for the Congregation for Catholic Education.

Eric Chen, Ph.D., professor of counseling and counseling psychology in the GSE Division of Psychological and Educational Services, has received a Presidential Award from the American Psychological Association.

Justin A. Coles, Ph.D., assistant professor and program director of Adolescent English Language Arts Education in the division of Curriculum and Teaching, has been named a co-editor of the highly regarded journal, Equity & Excellence in Education.

Professor Yi Ding, Ph.D., received the 2020 Distinguished Research Award in Interdisciplinary Studies. Ding has published 29 articles in the last three years on STEM learning, special education, and school psychology.

Visiting assistant professor Tiedan Huang, Ed.D., former dean Virginia Roach, Ed.D., and professor Chun Zhang, Ph.D., presented their study on dual language learners in PKA classrooms, presented at the New York City Early Childhood Research Network Research symposium.

After more than 50 years teaching at the GSE, Professor Sheldon Marcus has retired.

Associate professor Molly Ness, Ph.D., explains how dyslexia is more than just a classroom problem in her powerful article in Ed Week.

Ness also wrote an article on inspiring children to love books in Parents magazine.

Margaret Terry Orr, Ph.D., professor and associate chair of educational leadership, administration and policy, co-wrote a new book, Designing Performance Assessments for School Leader Readiness: Lessons from PAL and Beyond.

A Carnegie Foundation video features Fordham GSE faculty members Margaret Terry Orr, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Ed.D., in a discussion titled “Leading in Crisis: Flexibility and Adaptability Under Rapidly Changing Conditions in New York.”

Psychological and educational services professor Joseph Ponterotto, Ph.D., who served on a national task force for outlining rigorous qualitative research methods, has been cited multiple times in the newest APA Publication Manual (7th ed.).

Shannon Waite, Ed.D., GSE clinical assistant professor of educational leadership, spoke about anti-racism in schools on the podcast Shift Impact Build.