Faculty

The Graduate School of Education has a strong core of professors whose research goals center on the uses, abuses, and learning problems/possibilities of technology integration for learning school subjects, as well as faculty whose inquiry more broadly investigates the philosophy and equity of these new technologies. All of the central content areas and developmental levels now have a well known researcher whose work has contributed to what we know in education about technologies both in and out of schools.

David Bruce, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Nancy Cook, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Counseling, School and Educational Psychology
Mary McVee, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Suzanne Miller, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Deborah Moore-Russo, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Sharon Raimondi, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Learning and Instruction
Maria Runfola, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Ryan Rish, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Learning and Instruction
Lynn Shanahan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Learning and Instruction
Christopher T. Shively, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Learning and Instruction
Beth Troy Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Learning and Instruction
Noemi Waight, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Learning and Instruction
X. Christine Wang, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Learning and Instruction
Randy Yerrick, Ph.D., Professor, Learning and Instruction

For questions related to the program, please contact Dr. Deborah Moore-Russo, dam29@buffalo.edu.

For questions related to application requirements, please contact Ms. Veronica Kase, vakase@buffalo.edu.