We would like to welcome three editorial assistants to the JOSEP team!
Jordan Lukins, Ph.D., is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Elementary and Special Education at North Carolina State University. Her teaching and scholarly focus is on bridging the gap between general education and special education with the goal of promoting inclusive learning environments in both school and community settings.
Kelly Alves, Ed.D is an Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Mount Olive in North Carolina. She teaches special education courses and serves as the Director of Alternative Teacher Licensure. She is actively involved with the Council for Exceptional Children and currently serves as the President-Elect for the North Carolina unit.
Jamie Smith Levitan, is a Ph.D. student and research assistant at the University of Maryland. She has taught college-level writing courses and was an English teacher for 20 years. Jamie brings extensive editorial experience to the team.
We are excited to welcome their expertise and service to JOSEP as we continue to bridge the research-to-practice gap and improve the professional development of special education faculty!Read more about The JOSEP team is growing!