Pamela Harris joins W&M as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Online Master's in Counseling program. Her research focuses on culturally responsive counselor preparation, in particular forming school-family partnerships with families of color, and college and career readiness of Black female students.
Kathryn Lanouette joins W&M as an Assistant Professor of STEM Education. Her research explores the potential of digital tools to support ambitious and equitable science learning opportunities for K-12 students.
Kim has developed enrichment programs for hundreds of students, which provide students from low-income families the opportunity to learn about STEM subjects and take classes on a college campus for the first time. Her work in gifted education can be seen close to home at the Center for Gifted Education and all the way to South Korea, as her enrichment programs serve local and international students.
LoriAnn Stretch joins W&M as a Clinical Associate Professor and coordinator of the Online Counseling program. As a counselor and professor with over twenty-five years of experience, she specializes in experiential therapies, global counseling, trauma recovery and stabilization, telehealth, and supervision.
Esther Kim joins W&M as an assistant professor in the Curriculum and Instruction department. Her research focuses on civic education and how ideologies of citizenship are shaped by student racial and religious identities.
Jessica Martin joins W&M as a clinical assistant professor in the online counselor education program. Her research interests include post-secondary transition services for Black youth with disabilities and clinical interventions to support the outcomes of Black counseling clients.