COERC team directory
Robert A. Horn, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert A. Horn joined NAU in 2004 after graduating from the University of Memphis with his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Research with a concentration in research methodology and statistical analyses. He continues to teach research methods and statistics courses within the College of Education. Dr. Horn is actively engaged in the research efforts of many students and faculty members, using multiple methods of design and analysis.
Combined Counseling/School Psychology Doctoral Student
Laura Rodriguez is a third year doctoral student in the Combined Counseling/School Psychology program at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests include systemic inequities and minorities issues in professional training and psychology. Laura is a first generation student and is passionate about promoting awareness and education regarding various issues related to diversity and global learning. She hopes to become a fully licensed psychologist, teach and conduct research at the post-secondary level, and mentor minority students.
Curriculum and Instructional Design Doctoral Student
Hoda Harati is in her third year of Curriculum and Instructional Design Doctoral program at Northern Arizona University with a focus on Educational Technology. She has been the Graduate Assistant in the College of Education since 2015. Her research interests include adaptive learning, self-regulation learning skills, educational technologies, and online collaborative learning in higher education. She was the adjunct instructor for 6 years. After graduation, she hopes to earn a faculty position in the field of educational technology.
Combined Counseling/ School Psychology doctoral
Brooke Edwards is in her first year of the Combined Counseling/School Psychology doctoral program at Northern Arizona University. Her research experience is in health psychology, health disparities, methodology, and meta-analysis. Brooke’s current research interests include mindfulness and resiliency, specifically related to children, adolescents, teachers, and service personnel. After graduation she hopes to become a licensed Psychologist, conduct clinical research in an integrative health setting, and provide wellness interventions for communities and schools.