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Dr. Patricia Goslee

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    Assistant Professor, Education
    University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES)

    Phone: (410) 651-6195 | Email: pagoslee@umes.edu | Fax (410) 651-7962


    Curriculum Vitae  


    Interim Director - Teacher Education, 2015 - present

    Coordinator - Special Education, 2014 - present

    Education Lead NOAA-LMRCSC, 2012 - present


    EDUCATION


    Wilmington University, Georgetown, Delaware (2009)
    Ed.D, Innovation and Leadership
    Wilmington University, Georgetown, Delaware
    M.Ed., Elementary Special Education
    University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD (1995)
    B.S., Rehabilitation Services

    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    1. Molding future teachers across the various disciplines 

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


    1. Foust, G., Goslee, P., (2014), Expanding the Professional Development School Model: Developing Collaborative Partnerships with School Counselors, Journal of the National Association for Professional Development School. Vol 7(1) 101-109. 

    BIOSKETCH

    Dr. Patricia Goslee joined the University Of Maryland Eastern Shore Department of Education as a lecturer in August, 2008. Dr. Goslee was appointed the Education Lead for the Living Marine Resource Cooperative Science Center in August, 2012. Since then, she has worked collaboratively with Dr. Andrea K. Johnson to facilitate two grant funded summer programs for high school students and teachers. The Student Experiential Enrichment Learning Program (SEEL) is designed for high school students and gives participants an opportunity work closely with science professors in the Department of Natural Science on a specific research project. The Coastal Marine Science Teacher Workshop (CMARS) is a professional development opportunity for teachers, exposing them to cutting edge research on the Coastal Bays.

    As the Education Lead, Dr. Goslee shares program information with professional development partner schools in attempt to spark students' in science. Her research interests are centered on molding future teachers across the various disciplines to connect content to hands-on experiences in order to enhance comprehension. She earned a B.S. in Rehabilitation Services May, 1995 and a M.Ed. in Special Education from Wilmington University in January 2000, and an Ed.D. in Education from Wilmington University in May 2009.


  • NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center
    University of Maryland Eastern Shore (Lead Institution)
    (410) 651-7870
    Award numbers: FY 2016 Award #NA16SEC4810007 
    Funding Agency: NOAA Educational Partnership Program with Minority-Serving Institutions (EPP/MSI)
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