Mi-young Webb is a research scientist at the Center on Literacy and Deafness (CLAD), the federally-funded center focused on improving young deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s language and literacy skills. She is also affiliated with the College of Education’s Learning Disabilities Innovation Hub. She is a main methodologist and data manager in both research projects.
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Regina Finan graduated from Georgia State University with an undergraduate degree in Broadcast/Journalism and went on to receive her first master’s degree in student personnel in higher education at the University of Florida. After a career in higher education administration, she earned her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling degree from Georgia State. Her career… more »
Sue Duncan is a New Zealander who has worked as a classroom teacher, a sole charge principal in a country school and a Reading Recovery tutor before training as a Reading Recovery trainer. In her role as a trainer, she worked in New Zealand as a trainer /coordinator, was part of the pilot implementation of… more »
Uzma Bhatti is an instructional designer in the College of Education’s Learning Technologies Division. She provides training and support for online learning initiatives across the college. Her focus is in the areas of online and hybrid course design, online teaching and learning, and virtual communities of practice.