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Alumni notes

Elizabeth Clark, Ph.D. ’13, was named managing director of the Educational Technology Group at Harvard Business School. She wrote “Women CIOs in Higher Education” for Research Bulletin (EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research).

David Fields, Ph.D. ’11, is director of Global Student Success at Northeastern University.

Colleen Ganley, Ph.D. ’12, joined Florida State University as an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and the Learning Systems Institute.

Kendall Hoekstra ’05 was named head of Manlius Pebble Hill Middle School, outside Syracuse, New York. She is in charge of grades six through eight and teaches algebra.

Kyle Shachmut, M.Ed. ’09, president of the National Federation of the Blind of Massachusetts and associate technology consultant at the Lynch School of Education, wrote in a Boston Globe opinion editorial that digital resources can be made accessible to all through good design and planning.

Christopher E. Trombly, M.A. ’97, M.Ed. ’02, Ph.D. ’12, joined Arkansas Tech University’s Center for Leadership and Learning as assistant professor of educational leadership.


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