Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership

Scott Baker

Baker, Scott
Executive Professor
Office: 3108
Email: [[ssbaker]]
Areas of Expertise: K-12 Administration and Leadership, Strategic Planning and Organizational Development

Jim Barber

Barber, James P.
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Professor of Education
Office: 1104
Phone: (757) 221-6208
Email: [[jpbarber]]
Website: {{,ScholarWorks Profile}}
Social Media: Twitter {{,@JP_Barber}}, LinkedIn {{,@barberjp}}

Stephanie Blackmon

Blackmon, Stephanie J.
Class of 1963 Associate Professor of Higher Education
Office: 3080
Phone: (757) 221-2419
Email: [[sjblackmon]]
Twitter: {{,@StephJBlackmon}}
Areas of Expertise: Technology Integration in Higher Education & Professional Development; Trust, Privacy, & Security in Technology Use & Integration; Experiential Learning; Interdisciplinary Teams

Ashley Carpenter

Carpenter, Ashley
Clinical Assistant Professor & Director of Professional Development, Center for Gifted Education
Office: 3012
Phone: (757) 221-2588
Email: [[aycarpenter]]
Website: {{, Center for Gifted Education}}
Areas of Expertise: Gifted Education, Professional Development, Underserved Gifted Populations, Twice-Exceptional Learners

Peggie Constantino

Constantino, Peggie
Executive Associate Professor, Director of Executive Programs
Office: 3106
Phone: (757) 221 - 2323
Email: [[meconstantino]]
Twitter: {{,@WMExecEd}}
Areas of Expertise: K-12 General Administration

Steve Constantino

Constantino, Steven
Adjunct Executive Professor
Office: 3108
Email: [[smconstantino]]
Areas of Expertise: Family and Community Engagement, K-12 Leadership, Planning and Organizational Development

Tracy Cross

Cross, Tracy
Office: 3129
Phone: (757) 221-2210
Email: [[TLCross]]
Areas of Expertise: Gifted Education, Psychology of Gifted Students, Suicide, Mental Health, Educational Psychology

Chris Gareis

Gareis, Chris
Office: 3125
Phone: (757) 221 - 2319
Email: [[crgare]]
Areas of Expertise: Curriculum Development, Instructional Leadership, Classroom Assessment, Performance-Based Assessment, Program Evaluation, Teacher Mentoring

Leslie Grant

Grant, Leslie W.
Associate Professor
Office: 3088
Phone: (757) 221-2411
Email: [[lwgran]]
Social Media: Twitter {{,@LeslieWGrant}}, LinkedIn {{,@Leslie Grant}}
Areas of Expertise: Assessment Literacy, Curriculum Development and Evaluation, International Comparative Studies of Teaching & Learning, Program Evaluation

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Simpfenderfer, Amanda
Assistant Professor
Office: 3082
Phone: (757) 221-2060
Email: [[ajsimpfenderfe]]
Areas of Expertise: Higher Education, Intergenerational Mobility, Quantitative Research Methods

Steve Staples

Staples, Steven
Adjunct Executive Professor
Office: 3104
Phone: (757) 221-2342
Email: [[srstap]]
Areas of Expertise: K-12 Administration

James Stronge

Stronge, James H.
Heritage Professor
Office: 3120
Phone: (757) 221-2339
Email: [[jhstro]]
Areas of Expertise: Teacher and leader effectiveness, Teacher and leader evaluation, Teacher selection, Human resource leadership, International comparative schooling related to school and educator effectiveness


Tschannen-Moran, Megan
Office: 3116
Phone: (757) 221-2187
Email: [[mxtsch]]
Website: {{,W&M Personal Website}}
Areas of Expertise: K-12 General Administration

Tom Ward

Ward, Tom
Chancellor Professor and Chair, Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership
Office: 3068
Phone: (757) 221-2358
Email: [[tjward]]
Areas of Expertise: Educational Foundations :: Research Methods

Erica Wiborg

Wiborg, Erica R.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Office: 3053
Phone: (757) 221-1893
Email: [[erwiborg]]
Twitter: {{, @erwiborg}}
Areas of Expertise: Leadership Education, Student Affairs Administration, Race and Racism in Higher Education, Whiteness, Critical Leadership Pedagogy, Critical Discourse Analysis

Reginald Wilkerson

Wilkerson, Reginald
Assistant Professor
Office: 3112
Phone: (757) 221-2063
Email: [[rdwilkerson]]
Areas of Expertise: School Accountability / School Improvement, Culturally Responsive School Leadership, Principal Support and Development, Enhancing Mentor / Mentee Relationships in Education, Race, Rurality, and Poverty in Education