Meet Our Influencers

Lehigh College of Education Influencers

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Our highly collaborative college of researchers and graduate students are pursuing new knowledge that changes lives.
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Dr. George DuPaul
Dr. George DuPaul

Professor, School Psychology

Influence: Interventions that reduce challenging behavior

Changing Lives

Dr. DuPaul is focused on the treatment of individuals with (ADHD) attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and related behavior disorders.

Saving Lives

Dr. DuPaul is focused on the treatment of individuals with (ADHD) attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and related behavior disorders.

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Jennifer Mautone, Ph.D.
Jennifer Mautone, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of School Psychology in Psychiatry, Perelman School of Medicine, University of PA & Alumnae

Assessment and treatment of ADHD, Family-school collaboration, Implementation science, Improving relationships between adults and children with ADHD, Integrating behavioral health services into primary care, School mental health

Robert Volpe, Ph.D.
Robert Volpe, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Applied Psychology, Northeastern University & Alumnus

Designing/evaluating behavioral assessment measures/systems to support school-based problem solving for emotional and behavior problems, interventions to support students with ADHD, and interventions to support early literacy development.

Charles Barrett. Ph.D.
Charles Barrett. Ph.D.

School Psychologist, Loudoun County Public Schools & Alumnus

Provides a range of diagnostic psychological services to children and families in three schools (elementary and high school) located in an ethnically diverse suburban community.

Wherever we go, we lead.

Lehigh's College of Education is known for producing top tier leaders in the areas of education and human services. Our alums are among the first to be placed in highly competitive positions.
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Dr. Floyd D. Beachum
Dr. Floyd D. Beachum

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership

Influence: School Leadership

Promoting Educational Equity

Educational equity is the idea that all students receive whatever academic, social, and financial resources they need in order to be successful in schools.

Encouraging Educational Excellence

Educational Excellence is the idea that all schools should strive for high quality, academic success, and well-rounded individuals.

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Dr. Karen Gomez
Dr. Karen Gomez

Principal, Marvine Elementary School, Bethlehem Area School District & Alumnae

Dr. Karen Gomez is the principal of Marvine Elementary School. She has also served as an Adjunct Professor for the Educational Leadership program in the College of Education at Lehigh University. Dr. Gomez has 18 years of teaching experience.

Dr. Michael Dantley
Dr. Michael Dantley

Dean, College of Education, Health, & Society, Miami University & Mentor

Dr. Dantley has taught graduate courses in educational leadership, ethics and education, critical spirituality and educational leadership and social justice. He is currently exploring how school leaders' use of critical spirituality.

Dr. Chance W. Lewis
Dr. Chance W. Lewis

Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor of Urban Education, College of Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte & Mentor

Founding Executive Director of the UNC Charlotte Urban Education Collaborative which is dedicated to disseminating the next generation of research on the improvement of teaching and learning in urban schools.