Joanna Zadrozny is a first year PhD student in the Geography Education program. She has a Masters of Applied Geography - Geographic Education (2014) from Texas State University and a Bachelor of Science - Elementary Education (K-6) and Bachelor of Arts - Geography (2012) from Southern Connecticut State University.
Joanna is a member of the national honor societies: Gamma Theta Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Pi, Alpha Chi, and Phi Kappa Phi. As well as National Council for Geographic Education, Association of American Geographers, Texas Council for the Social Studies, and National Council for the Social Studies. She is currently the managing editor of the acadmic journal, Research in Geographic Education.
Her research interests include teaching and learning of geography, geo-spatial technology for pre-service teacher training, educational policy, water conservation, and sustainability. Her personal interest include travel and photography. Her advisor is Dr. Richard G. Boehm.
Caroline McClure is a second-year Ph.D. student in Geographic Education at Texas State University. She has a Master of Arts in Geography from the University of Wyoming (2012), a Master of Education in Secondary Social Studies Education from Georgia State University (2008), and Bachelor or Arts in Geography and a minor in History from the University of Tennessee (2005). Caroline is currently in Washington, D.C. for the 2014-2015 school year, working as the Grosvenor Scholar at the National Geographic Society.
Caroline is a member of the Association of American Geographers, the National Council for Geographic Education, and the National Council for the Social Studies.
Her research interests include the teaching and learning of geography, educational policy that surrounds K-12 geography education, geography education professional development, historical geography, Southern (U.S.) geography, as well as personal interest in traveling. Caroline's advisor is Richard G. Boehm.