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Jason DeFreitas

Tonya Hammer

Assistant professor, exercise physiology

Assistant professor, counseling (OSU-Tulsa)

School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology

School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Formerly at OU

Jason DeFreitas has a unique set of research skills that will be beneficial in student mentorship. He has a clear research agenda in muscular function and neuromuscular adaptations during training with the ability to provide immediate productivity and successfully disseminate his work. His research matches well with the current activities in the program’s exercise science lab.

Ph.D., St. Mary’s University Formerly assistant professor in counseling, University of HoustonClear Lake

Tonya Hammer brings considerable teaching experience to the counseling psychology program and has an established record of publications and presentations. She has a strong interest in service and research collaboration and a commitment to social justice perspectives and activities consistent with other faculty in the program.

Jennifer Job

Jam Khojasteh

Assistant professor, curriculum studies

Assistant professor, REMS (OSU-Tulsa)

School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership

School of Educational Studies

Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Ph.D., University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

Formerly at UNC

Jennifer Job is highly accomplished and has demonstrated scholarly activities in several publications and has shown leadership in her field through a journal editorship and in professional associations. Her experience and background lend breadth and depth to an already strong curriculum studies program.

Formerly research assistant for the National Office on Research on Measurement and Evaluation Systems at University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

Jam Khojasteh will further strengthen the research, evaluation, measurement and statistics program. He has already demonstrated a collaborative spirit by contributing to an OSU-OU research team through the Center for Educational Research and Evaluation. A specialist in education statistics and experimental design, he has served in the Office of Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education and the National Office for Research on Measurement and Evaluation Systems.

4880 education magazine[1]  
4880 education magazine[1]  

Official magazine of the College of Education at Oklahoma State University

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