AERA Open Editors
 
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Editors:

Mark Warschauer
Editor-in-Chief
University of California, Irvine

Greg J. Duncan
Co-Editor
University of California, Irvine

Nancy E. Hill
Co-Editor
Harvard University 

Meet the AERA Open Editors


Associate Editors:


Daniel Bolt
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Carol Connor
Arizona State University

Kalena Cortes
Texas A&M University

Stefanie Deluca
Johns Hopkins University

George Farkas
University of California, Irvine

Louis Gomez
University of California, Los Angeles

Andrew Ho
Harvard University

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
University of Southern California

Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez
Vanderbilt University

Laura Perna
University of Pennsylvania

Robert Pianta
University of Virginia

Helen Watt
Monash University 


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Meet the AERA Open Editors


Mark Warschauer is a professor of education and informatics at University of California, Irvine (UCI) and Director of UCI's Teaching and Learning Research Center. He has extensive publishing experience as an author and editor, and is the founding editor of the successful open access journal Language Learning & Technology. Warschauer’s research focuses on technology in learning and its relationship to educational achievement and equity among diverse learners in fields ranging from language and literacy to STEM.

He is also the director of the Digital Learning Lab at UCI, which focuses on a wide range of projects for both K–12 education and higher learning. Under Warschauer’s leadership, the lab has studied such innovative topics as the impact of virtual learning on student achievement and the use of interactive mobile robots for virtual inclusion. He is author of Learning in the Cloud: How (and Why) to Transform Schools With Digital Media.


Greg J. Duncan is a Distinguished Professor at UCI’s School of Education. His research focuses on the effects of families, peers, schools, neighborhoods, and public policy on the life chances of children and adolescents. In particular, he is interested in the relative importance of early academic skills, cognitive and emotional self-regulation, and health in promoting children’s eventual success in school and the labor market.

For the first 25 years of his career at the University of Michigan, Duncan worked on and ultimately directed the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. He has served as president of the Population Association of America and the Society for Research in Child Development. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Education. In recognition of his contributions to understanding child and youth development, he was awarded the 2013 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize.


Nancy E. Hill is a Charles Bigelow Professor of Education at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on ethnicity, culture, and context and identifies unique and interactive ways in which these constructs influence parenting beliefs, parenting practices, and children’s mental health and academic adjustment. Her research has been funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Science Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, and numerous other agencies and foundations.

In addition, Hill has served on the Governing Council and as Secretary of the Society for Research in Child Development (2009-2015); Member and Chairperson of the Board of ChildFund International, an iNGO serving children and families in 25 nations globally; and on numerous other boards. She was also a recipient of the William T. Grant Foundation's Distinguished Faculty Fellowship to support her engagement with the Massachusetts' Executive Office on Education.

 

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