DR. LEAH WASBURN-MOSES
Dr. Wasburn-Moses is a Professor of Educational Psychology with a specialty in special education. She teaches courses in exceptionality. Her research focuses on preparing teachers to reach students at risk.
DR. AMITY NOLTEMEYER
Dr. Amity Noltemeyer is Chair and Professor of Educational Psychology at Miami University. Her research interests include resilience, school climate, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and disproportionality in school discipline. She co-manages several externally-funded grants and serves as Editor of School Psychology International journal.
Campus Mentors Publications
Wasburn-Moses, L., & Noltemeyer, A. L. (2018). Effectiveness of Campus Mentors, an Alternative School/University Partnership. Preventing School Failure, 62(3), 190-197.
Wasburn-Moses, L. (2016). Want better teachers? Partner with colleges. Principal Leadership, 17, 44-47.
Wasburn-Moses, L., Noltemeyer, A. L., & Schmitz, K. J. (2015). Initial results of a new clinical practice model: Impact on learners at risk. The Teacher Educator, 50, 203-214.
Wasburn-Moses, L., Fry, J. T., & Sanders, K. E. (2014). The impact of a service learning experience in mentoring at-risk youth. Journal of Excellence on College Teaching, 25(1), 71-94.
Wasburn-Moses, L., & Statt, J. (2012). Campus Mentors: A CTE/Higher education partnership. Techniques, 87(4), 9-10.