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Jocelyn Glazier joins faculty

Jocelyn Anne Glazier joins the faculty of the School of Education as an assistant professor of teacher education.  Her areas of concentration include teacher preparation, literacy, cultural diversity and critical pedagogy. 

Glazier comes to us most recently from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she was an assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Preparation and Special Education at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.  In this post, Glazier designed and taught several seminars and courses at both the master’s and doctoral level.

Glazier earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tufts University in Medford, Mass. After leaving Tufts, she spent several years teaching high school English in schools in Massachusetts and New Hampshire before going to Michigan State University to earn her doctorate in curriculum, teaching and educational policy.  While at MSU, she developed and co-taught master’s level courses that explored approaches to teaching secondary English, in addition to teaching an array of courses at the undergraduate level.

In addition to her teaching experience and educational background, Glazier has also participated in numerous research projects, written several book chapters, reviews and monographs, and given an extensive number of presentations at educational conferences across the nation.  She is affiliated with several professional organizations including the American Educational Research Association, the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English.