Jeanne Roller, Professor Emeritus
Administrative Assistant, Curriculum Library and SAU Reading Clinic
Administrative Assistant, Graduate Education
Administrative Assistant, Assessment, Accreditation and Licensure
Administrative Assistant, Field Placements
Teaches courses related to early childhood and early childhood special education certification.
Teaches undergraduate courses in educational psychology and child and adolescent development, and graduate courses in special education.
Professor of early childhood and elementary education.
Director, Children's Campus
Teaches classes in teacher leadership, education, geography, African American Affairs, philosophy and diversity.
Areas of professional interest include Student Teaching, Secondary Education & Field Placements
Specializes in the uses of writing for learning by teaching in National Writing Project institutes since 1978.
Jeans focuses on preparing teachers and early intervention personnel to work with young children and their families.
Promoting the professional growth of future middle school and high school teachers.
Teaches courses in Educational Technology and Diversity and Culturally Responsive Teaching.
In addition to serving in the role as Dean of University Academic Programs, Dr. Schuster-Matlock also teaches courses on multicultural education
Dr. Serianz has 15 years experience K-8 Catholic School teaching, including 10 years middle school math and science.
Directs the SAU Reading Clinic and coordinates assessment and licensure.
At St. Ambrose University since 2006, Dr. Volkova teaches math education.
Specializes in inclusion strategies for students with disabilities.
Director of the Master of Education in Teaching program