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About David Stricker, PhD

David Stricker joined the St. Catherine faculty in 2016 as the Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Teacher Licensure. He maintains an active research agenda that includes working with practicing and aspiring teachers in developing curricula that facilitates understanding of STEM concepts, with an emphasis on engineering education. He has experience teaching courses relative to teacher education at the undergraduate and graduate education such as Curriculum, Methods, and Assessment, Pre-clinical Field Experience, Student Teaching, Action Research, Integration Seminar, Foundations of Research, Adult Education, Quantitative Research Methods, and Applied Statistical Methods for Education. In addition, he has taught a wide array of concepts in middle and high school environments in a variety of urban, suburban, and rural settings.


Present Associate Professor, Education, St. Catherine University Education Department

Curriculum Vitae



2019 - Present Network for Excellence in Teaching (NExT)
North Dakota State University
Colleague(s): Dr. Suzy Kaback
2017 - 2018 Mission Possible Challenge 2017 Award
St. Catherine University
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2016 - Present Member, Minnesota Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
2013 - Present Inducted Member, Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference
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2008 PhD, College of Work and Human Resource Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis/St. Paul, ‐ Ph.D.
2001 MS, College of Work and Human Resource Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis/St. Paul ‐ Master of Education
1994 BA, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Duluth ‐ Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, Minors in Psychology and Sociology

Contact Information

Phone: 651-690-6601


Publications - Book Chapters (3)

Publications - Articles (6)

Presentations - International (1)