Amy Broemmel is an elementary and literacy teacher educator. She teaches literacy and general elementary education courses, and her work examines teacher leadership and the development of both preservice and inservice teachers.
Elizabeth MacTavish is a veteran middle school science teacher with 15 years in public schools including Knox County Schools.
Bob Kronick is a professor of educational psychology and counseling who is best known for bringing health, community, and social services to children within their elementary schools through the University Assisted Community Schools program.
Tom Beeson is the program coordinator for FUTURE, which helps young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities make a successful transition from high school to adult life by providing career counseling and developing academic, vocational, and decision-making skills.
Judson Laughter is the advisor for the Track I English Education program. He teaches courses in middle grades English language arts methods.
Cihak is an associate professor and program coordinator of the Special Education and Educational Technology Program at UT. His work regards remedying classroom-based problems associated with academic and social/behavioral problems of children and adolescents with severe disabilities and autism.
Jo Ann Cady specializes in elementary and middle school mathematics education.
Sherry M. Bell’s research interests include effective assessment and instructional practices, giftedness and learning disabilities, teacher education, and attribution theory.
David Dupper is a nationally renowned bullying expert and is interested in enhancing the educational success of students who are at-risk of school failure by focusing on factors that contribute to school exclusion.
Sarah Hillyer is the founding director of the UT Center for Sport, Peace, and Society. She is a professor who specializes in sport for development and peace, with a focus on women’s empowerment, local community development, and building global peace through sport-based initiatives.