Associate Dean of the School of Education Angela Owusu-Ansah is director of the M.Ed. and teacher education programs, and coordinates program assessment.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Ghana, her master’s degree in Spain and her doctorate in the United States, and also had a residency at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
Ansah's areas of research interst include quantitative literacy, assessment and intercultural conduits - competence. Her research has appeared in leading peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of Distance Learning and Forum on Public Policy: A Journal for the Oxford Round Table.
“Our vision is simple – to prepare master teachers who are leaders in their communities. M.Ed. candidates broaden their global awareness to become powerful advocates for their students, particularly those from underrepresented backgrounds. By the time they graduate, alumni are building their lesson plans on evidence-based research to better ensure success for all students. We offer ongoing support to our graduates to encourage their commitment to lifelong learning.”
Dr. Angela Owusu-Ansah, associate dean of the School of Education, M.Ed. program director and associate professor