6 SESP Faculty, Staff Members Named to Honor Roll

6 SESP Faculty, Staff Members Named to Honor Roll

Undergraduate students voted six School of Education and Social Policy faculty and staff members to the 2010-11 Faculty Honor Roll. The students voted in a campus-wide election held by Associated Student Government.

About 3,600 students participated this year, 2,000 more than last year. The Honor Roll recognizes 96 faculty members from 60 departments. The size of each department was taken into account when determining the number of faculty named. Following are the SESP faculty and staff members on the 2010-11 Honor Roll:

Marvin Cohen
Marvin Cohen
Marvin Cohen is an adjunct lecturer who teaches courses in the School of Education and Social Policy. For undergraduates he teaches Introduction to Social Policy, .

Jeannette Colyvas
Jeannette Colyvas
Jeannette Colyvas is an assistant professor whose research interests relate to organizations and entrepreneurship, as well as institutions and networks. For undergraduates she teaches learning and organizational change classes: Studies in Organizational Change and Tools for Organizational Analysis. Last year SESP students voted her the 2010 Professor of the Year.

Solomon Cytrynbaum
Solomon Cytrynbaum
Solomon Cytrynbaum is a professor of education in the School of Education and Social Policy. In human development and psychological services, he teaches Advanced Research Methods, Topics in Human Development, and Psychological Services and Group Dynamics. His current primary research interest is the evaluation of school reform efforts, and he is also a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences in the psychology graduate program.

Mark Hoffman
Mark Hoffman
Mark Hoffman was selected to the Honor Roll for administration. Hoffman, who has now become a practicing attorney, was an adviser to students in the social policy concentration at the School of Education and Social Policy, as well as the Graduate School liaison and the SESP alumni liaison.

Jody Kretzmann
Jody Kretzmann
The courses that research associate professor Jody Kretzmann teaches in the School of Education and Social Policy are Community Development and Introduction to Faith and Service. He is co-founder and co-director of the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute, which works with community leaders to conduct research, produce materials and support community efforts to rediscover local capacities and mobilize citizens' resources to solve problems.

Susan Olson
Susan Olson
Susan Olson is the assistant dean for student affairs in the School of Education and Social Policy. She is also an adviser for students majoring in human development and psychological services, and she serves as the administrative coordinator of the Senior Honors Program in SESP.

By Marilyn Sherman
Last Modified: 6/1/11