Sarah Fefer’s research and clinical interests include disruptive behavior in children and adolescents, assessment and intervention related to academic and behavioral competence, and working with families and communities to support student success. Her current research investigates a phenomenon called the Positive Illusory Bias and symptoms of ADHD.
Karen Harrington is a senior research fellow in the department of Student Development and the Assistant Director of the Center for Youth Engagement.
Michael Krezmien is an associate professor in the department of Student Development, the Associate Dean for Research and Engagement, and the Director of the Center for Youth Engagement.
Dr. Alexandra A. Lauterbach’s scholarly interest centers on effective literacy instruction for elementary and secondary students with specific learning disabilities (SLD), and effective professional development for teachers of students with SLD.
Craig Wells is an associate professor in the department of Educational Policy, Research & Administration and the Associate Director for the Center for Educational Assessment.