Graduate Catalog

Faculty and Staff

Faculty

Mary Andrus: art therapy program director; assistant professor of art therapy. DAT 2017, Mount Mary University. MAAT 2000, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Joslyn Armstrong: assistant professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 2019, The Florida State University. MS 2015, Texas Tech University. BS 2013, University of Florida.
Kristine Bella: clinical coordinator and instructor in art therapy. MA 1997, Marylhurst College. BA 1995, University of Wyoming.
Janet Bixby: associate dean; associate professor of education. PhD 2001, University of Wisconsin at Madison. MEd 1989, Harvard University. BA 1986, Harvard University/Radcliffe College.
Nathaniel Brown: assistant professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 2017, The University of Georgia. MSW 2005, Clark Atlanta University. BS 2002, Lander University. 
Kimberly Campbell: chair of the department of teacher education; Mary Stuart Rogers associate professor of education. EdD 2004, Portland State University, MAT 2002, BA 1979 Lewis & Clark College.
Wonyoung Cho: assistant professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 2019, Claremont Graduate University and San Diego State University. MS 2012, San Diego State University. BA 2006, University of California, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Christensen: assistant professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 2014 College of William and Mary. MA 2007 Lewis & Clark College. BS 2004 Washington State University.
Linda Christensen: instructor in education; director of the Oregon Writing Project. MA 1981 University of Portland, BA 1973 Humboldt State University.
Lina Darwich: assistant professor of education. PhD 2013, MA 2008 University of British Columbia. BA, BEd 2001 American University of Beirut.
Alexia DeLeon: assistant professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 2018, Idaho State University. MA 2014, Adams State University. BA 2005, Angelo State University.
Elena Diamond: school psychology program co-director; associate professor of school psychology. PhD 2011, MEd 2008 University of California, Santa Barbara. BA 2005 University of Redlands.
Cort Dorn-Medeiros: assistant professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 2015 Oregon State University. MS 2009 Lewis & Clark College. BA 1999 Boston University.
Carol Doyle: associate professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 1996 University of Nevada. MDiv 1981 Boston University School of Theology. BA 1978 California State University at Fresno.
Alejandra Favela: associate professor of education. PhD 2004 Claremont Graduate University/San Diego State University. MA 1994 London School of Economics. BA 1992 University of California at Berkeley.
Mark Figueroa: associate vice president for institutional research and planning; student affairs administration program director; assistant professor of student affairs administration. PhD Claremont Graduate University. MPA Arizona State University.  BA University of California at Riverside. 
Liza Finkel: secondary program director; associate professor of education. PhD 1993 University of Wisconsin, Madison. MS 1986 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. BS 1981 George Washington University.
Scott Fletcher: dean; professor of education. PhD 1997 University of Colorado-Boulder. MA 1985 University of Wisconsin-Madison. BA 1981 Ripon College.
Mollie Galloway: chair of the department of educational leadership; associate professor of educational leadership. PhD 2003 Stanford University. BA 1998 Johns Hopkins University.
Linda Griffin: elementary program director; assistant professor of education. EdD 2006 Northern Arizona University. MA 1994 University of Arizona. BA 1981 University of California.
Heather Hadraba: school counseling program director; assistant professor of school counseling. PhD 2011 Oregon State University. MS 2003 Oregon State University. BS 2001 Oregon State University.
Justin Henderson: community counseling center director; assistant professor of counseling psychology. PhD 2012 University of Nebraska-Lincoln. MS 2007, BA 2005 University of Wyoming.
Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe: associate professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 2000, MEd 1993 University of Massachusetts at Amherst. BS 1990 University of The Andes.
Kathryn Jaspers: assistant professor of school psychology. PhD 2009, MS 2008 University of Tennessee, Knoxville. BA 2004 Mississippi State University.
Stella Beatríz Kerl-McClain: associate professor of professional mental health counseling. PhD 1995, MA 1991 University of Texas at Austin. BA 1988 University of Washington.
Lana Kim: associate professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 2012 Loma Linda University. MS 2008 Loma Linda University. BA 2004 University of British Columbia.
Carmen Knudson-Martin: marriage, couple, and family therapy program director; professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 1987 University of Southern California. MS 1972 Utah State University. BS 1970 North Dakota State University.
Lisa Lavelle: instructor in teacher education. MA 2008 George Washington University. BA 1990 Yale University.
Rafe McCullough: assistant professor of school counseling. PhD 2016 Georgia State University. MA 2008 Seattle University. BA 1995 Minnesota State University.
Teresa McDowell: chair of the department of counseling psychology; professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. EdD 2003 Northern Illinois University. MA 1985 Pacific Lutheran University. BS 1973 Northern Arizona University.
Peter Mortola: school psychology program co-director; professor of school psychology. PhD 1998, MA 1993 University of California at Santa Barbara. BA 1981 University of California at Berkeley.
Erin Ocon: instructor in teacher education. MAT 2007, Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. BA 2003, The George Washington University.
Amy M. Rees-Turyn: associate professor of marriage, couple, and family therapy. PhD 1998, MA 1995 Ball State University. BS 1993 Purdue University.
Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho: assistant professor of educational administration. EdD 2014 Duquesne University. MA 2009 Eastern Mennonite University.
Barbara Shepperson: director of research and assessment; assistant professor of educational leadership. PhD 2008, MA University of Pennsylvania. BS 1983 University of Massachusetts.
Brenda Sifuentez: assistant professor of student affairs administration. PhD 2019, University of Denver. MA 2014, California State University, Fresno. BA 2006, University of Oregon.
Kim Stafford: associate professor and director, Northwest Writing Institute. PhD 1979, MA 1973, BA 1971 University of Oregon.
Alisun Thompson: assistant professor of education. PhD 2014 University of California at Santa Cruz.
Teri Tilley: assistant professor of education. EdD 2014 Portland State University. MA 2003 San Jose State University.
Danielle Torres: associate professor of school counseling. PhD 2003 University of Oregon. MA 1997, BA 1995 Pepperdine University.
Amy Turnbull: instructor in education. MFA 2015 Oregon College of Art and Craft. MAT 2001 Lewis & Clark College. BA 1995 Stanford University.
Brenda Valles: assistant professor of student affairs administration. PhD 2013, University of Utah. MEd 2005, University of Utah. BA 2003, California State University of Monterey Bay.
Dyan Watson: assistant professor of education. PhD 2007 Harvard University. MA 1996, BA 1995 Willamette University.

Professors Emeriti

Dr. Charles R. Ault Jr., education. PhD Cornell University.
Dr. H. William Brelje, education. EdD, University of Portland.
Dr. Carolyn Bullard, education. PhD, University of Washington.
Dr. Mary Clare, counseling psychology. PhD, University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
Dr. Joan Hartzke McIlroy, counseling psychology. PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder.
Dr. Vern Jones, education. PhD, University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Gordon Lindbloom, counseling psychology, PhD, University of Oregon.
Dr. Nancy Nagel, education. EdD, Portland State University.
Dr. Glennellen Pace, education. PhD, University of Oregon.
Dr. Laura Pedersen, educational leadership. PhD, University of Florida.
Dr. John K. Richards, education. MusD, Philadelphia Conservatory.
Dr. Ruth Shagoury, education. PhD, University of New Hampshire.
Dr. Greg Smith, education. PhD, University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Mr. Richard L. Steiner, former dean. MS, University of Nebraska, Omaha.
Dr. Zaher Wahab, education. PhD, Stanford University.
Dr. James M. Wallace, education. EdD, Harvard University.
Dr. Carol Witherell, education. PhD, University of Minnesota.
Dr. Bernard R. Wolff, education. EdD, University of Oregon.

College Administration

President, Wim Wiewel
Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel: David Reese
Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Josh Walter
Vice President for Business and Finance, and Treasurer, Alan Finn
Executive Director for Public Affairs and Communications, Joe Becker
Associate Vice President for Facilities, Michel George
Associate Vice President for Finance/Controller, Andrea Dooley
Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Heyke Kirkendall-Baker

Graduate School Administration

Dean, Scott Fletcher
Associate Dean, Janet Bixby
Director of Admissions, Becky Haas
Director of Educational Career, Licensing, and Accreditation Services, Sharon Chinn
Director of Finance and Operations, Gena Perrine
Director of Research and Assessment, Barbara Shepperson
Director of Communications, Kimberly Bernick
Director of Strategic Placements and Partnerships, Janet Bixby
Registrar, Courtney Whetstine

Graduate School Academic Staff

Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology, Teresa McDowell
Chair, Department of Teacher Education, Kimberly Campbell
Chair, Department of Educational Leadership, Mollie Galloway
Director, Center for Community Engagement, Matsya Siosal