Dr. Julie Steuber joined the Cardinal Stritch University faculty in 2006. Prior to joining the faculty, she was a teacher in the Milwaukee, Greenfield, and New Berlin public schools. She has a PH.D in Language and Literacy from Cardinal Stritch University, a M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from Marian University, and a B.A. in Early Childhood / Elementary from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. She is a licensed as a teacher grades pre-kindergarten to third grade. She teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in Advanced Methods and Assessment for the initial teacher certification program and foundations of research courses in the Graduate College. Her service to the University includes Vice-President of Faculty Council for two years, Program Chair for thirteen years, and active participation on several committees within the University and community. Julie’s interests include Early Childhood Education-Instruction and Assessment, Vocabulary Acquisition, Word Knowledge, Curriculum and Instruction, and Competency-Based Professional Development / Micro-Credentials.
- B.S., Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- M.A.E., Marian University Of Fond Du Lac
- Ph.D., Cardinal Stritch University
Early Childhood Education-Instruction and Assessment, Vocabulary Acquisition, Word Knowledge, Curriculum and Instruction, and Competency-Based Professional Development / Micro-Credentials.
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"My mission is to support all learners in achieving their professional goals. I believe that effective leaders and educators are those who seek lifelong learning to facilitate positive change within our society. Our student-centered programs promote lifelong learning for the adult learner who is seeking a program that prepares them for a variety of career advancement options for the future."
- Julie A. Steuber