Category Archives: education m.a.

Robert Vogel, Ed.D.

I have recently retired from full-time teaching after 43 years at the university and currently serve as Professor Emeritus of Education. I am the Founding Director of Writers Matter: Voices of Teens at La Salle University in Philadelphia and Israel and founding co-Director of Leadership and Global Understanding at the University. I received my doctorate […]

Deborah Yost, Ph.D.

I am currently serving as a professor in the education department at La Salle University. My area of expertise is special education. I hold dual certification in elementary (K-8) and special education (K-12) in Connecticut and New York. I have worked primarily as a special education teacher for students with various disabilities for several years […]

Mary Williams, Ed.D.

My areas of expertise are character education, ethical leadership, and social justice. I hold certifications in elementary (N-6), middle level social studies (5-9), and Reading Specialist (K-12) in New York, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. I have worked primarily as a middle and secondary teacher for students in the following subject areas: math, reading, social studies, […]

Frank Mosca, Ph.D.

I’ve been a faculty member at La Salle University since 1999.  I previously held positions as a member of the faculty at The George Washington University, and a teacher of children with emotional and behavioral disabilities in Madison, Wisconsin and Gloversville, NY. While I have expertise in working with children who have emotional and behavioral […]

Ling Liang, Ph.D.

I joined La Salle in 2001 and have been teaching courses related to cognitive development and science and mathematics education at undergraduate/graduate levels. Prior to this, I served as a visiting assistant professor and the director of the Science Teaching Center at Widener University in Pennsylvania. I also taught physics in a high school for […]

Kimberly Lewinski, Ph.D.

I am an Assistant Professor of Education for La Salle University and a researcher and participant for the Writers Matter Program. Prior to this, I was a graduate student at University of Virginia where I served on a Writing Across the Curriculum research team for three years and was an instructor of literacy courses at […]

Greer Richardson, Ph.D.

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Education. I also serve and the Associate Director for STEM Programs in Graduate Education. I have been a faculty member in the Department since 1999.  It goes without saying that I have a passion for teaching and learning.  I have been fortunate over the years to share […]

Preston Feden, Ed.D.

I am a former special education teacher at both the elementary and secondary levels. I have been a member of the La Salle University faculty since 1973. Recently, I was appointed Assistant Director of the University Honors Program. I received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1984 and the Provost’s Distinguished Faculty Award in […]