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About Joanne E Goodell

Joanne E. Goodell is a professor in the Department of Teacher Education. She earned her PhD from the Science and Mathematics Education Center at Curtin University in Western Australia in 1998. She also earned degrees in mathematics and education from Curtin University. Before joining the faculty of CSU in 1999, she taught high school mathematics for 13 years in Australia, and was department chair for five of those years. She currently directs the Center for Faculty Excellence, teaches qualitative research methods courses and supervises doctoral and practicum students. She was president of the CSU Faculty Senate and was on the CSU Board of Trustees for three years from 2011 to 2014. In addition, she is the CSUteach Education co-director, and a fellow and co-director of the University STEMM Education Center.

Her research interests focus on equity, reform, retention, and professional development issues in the teaching and learning of mathematics and related disciplines in universities and secondary schools. Since joining the faculty in 1999, Dr. Goodell has been awarded over $14 million in external funding for professional development for STEM university faculty and K–12 teachers, scholarships for pre-service teachers pursuing teaching licenses; and curriculum reform programs. Funding agencies include the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, the Ohio Board of Regents, the Ohio Department of Education, and Project Discovery.

Dr. Goodell was an American Council on Education Fellow at Kent State University in 2015-2016 working with the Provost and senior leaders on planning faculty recruitment and mentoring programs, and student recruitment and retention programs.


Present Associate Professor, Teacher Education, Cleveland State University

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