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       ​Alan Barnicle      


Julie Kallio is a PhD student in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis currently researching networks, innovation, and change in K-12 schools. She earned her B.S. in Biology and French from UW-Madison and M.S. in Science Education from Montana State University. She previously taught in outdoor education and independent schools for 9 years, leading technology integration, teaching science, and dorm parenting. She is passionate about asking big questions and creating spaces for connection, discovery, and understanding.
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           Julie Kallio




      ​Janice Mertes      


       ​Curt Mould


Tanushree is a Graduate Assistant in Education Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA). Her research interest is on studying the role of technology in education, especially looking at technology as a device to promote equitable access to resources in under-resourced communities. She is currently involved with Personalization in Practice research project. She works with the Network, on the development of their website. Her past work experience is as a Teach For India Fellow (2011-2013), where she taught Grades 4 and 5 in an elementary school in Mumbai. She has BTech. in Computer Science Engineering.
   Tanushree Rawat



     ​Francis Redmon    


     ​Timothy Schell     


     ​T. Lael Simmons   


     ​Sean Storch     


       ​Ryan Wilson        


         Sue Wilson        


​        Stefanie               Leonard-Witte        


Paul Zenke is the Director of Academic Technology in the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning at Stanford University. In May 2008, Paul graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. His thesis, “Extending Postsecondary Education in Developing Countries: An Exploration of the Promise and Challenges of Using Distance Education Technology to Increase Access to Higher Education” explored Sri Lanka’s efforts to expand access to higher education after more than 20 years of civil war. Paul also completed his undergraduate training at UW-Madison, graduating in 2004 with degrees in Political Science and Communication Arts. Paul is thrilled to work with his adviser Professor Richard Halverson. Paul’s doctoral thesis will examine School of Education partnerships.

       Paul Zenke       


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