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Douglas Campbell-Teacher Education Faculty
Douglas Campbell
Ph.D., Stanford University
campbell@msu.edu
Douglas Campbell is an associate professor of teacher education. His expertise and interests are in the uses of educational anthropology, ethnographic and qualitative research methods, and sociolinguistics in studies of classroom interaction, inter-cultural communication and miscommunication, teacher/researcher collaborations, and family involvement in education. He has conducted research on ...
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Fenice B. Boyd-Teacher Education Student
Fenice B. Boyd
Fenice B. Boyd, Ph. D. '96, is an Associate Dean for Teacher Education and associate professor of literacy at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Boyd's research focuses on issues of diversity writ large; that is diversity as related to students' ethnic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds, academic abilities, instructional approaches, and curriculum materials. Her research interest has been shaped by her interactions with African American students who have been disenfranchised by traditional school culture, but nonetheless, possess strength and rich literacy ...