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Director, Center for Secondary Teacher Educationklnelson@udel.eduPhone: (302) 831-3524
Kristin Nelson serves as the Director of the Center for Secondary Education in the College of Arts and Sciences. Kristin earned her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, her M.A. from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and her Ph.D. from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Before coming to the University of Delaware, she was an Associate Professor of Practice at Simmons University in Boston, MA and served there as the director for both the elementary and the secondary masters of teaching programs. Prior to that, she was an Assistant Professor at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah and taught courses at Lasell University in Newton, MA, Westfield State University in Westfield, MA, Utah State University (at Salt Lake City locations), and the University of Utah. She focuses her academic energy on K-12 literacy topics and has published her research in journals including Reading Improvement, Reading Psychology, Reading & Writing Quarterly and Journal of Literacy Research. Kristin also has extensive experience in public schools serving as a high school English teacher, an English Language Learners teacher, and an elementary-level literacy coach. She believes that teaching is among the most rewarding and challenging career choices and that every child deserves knowledgeable and loving teachers. When she isn't working on recruiting wonderful people into teaching, Kristin loves to travel, attend Broadway shows, play tennis, read, and spend time with her family and dog, Finley, a West Highland White Terrier.
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Assistant STEM Directordroscoe@udel.eduPhone: (302) 855-1634
Diana Roscoe serves as Associate Director of STEM for the Center of Secondary Education in the College of Arts and Sciences. She received her degree in Mathematics and Science Education from New Mexico State University and her graduate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware. She has been a classroom instructor for over 20 years in three states, spanning grades 6-12, teaching mathematics and biology. After teaching for Caesar Rodney, Woodbridge, and Polytech School Districts, she worked for two years on the Delaware state assessment as a teacher on loan with the Delaware Department of Education Assessment group.