Co-Director of Behavioral Research & Teaching
Julie AlonzoJulie Alonzo earned her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Learning Assessment / Systems Performance at the University of Oregon in 2007. She earned her B.A. in English from Carleton College in 1990, her NBPTS Certification in Adolescent and Young Adult English Language Arts in 2002, and worked as a high school teacher for 12 years prior to beginning her doctoral studies. In 2002, she was named a Stafford Student Scholar representing the University of Oregon as a member of The National Institute on Leadership, Disability and Students Placed at Risk. Julie's primary research interests include teacher professional development and the meaningful inclusion of students with diverse learning needs.