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Julie Kalnin

School of Education, Associate Professor

Julie Kalnin



Franz Hall 427

Background Narrative

Julie Kalnin is Assistant Professor at the University of Portland’s School of Education.. She completed her PhD (2000) in Literacy, Language, and Culture at University of California at Berkeley. Kalnin’s work has fostered partnerships between schools and universities that support professional learning teams and strengthen teachers’ abilities to carry out research in their own classrooms. Her own research focuses on teacher change and effective professional development across the career span; as a result, she has carried out applied research and program evaluation projects in partnership with schools, districts, a department of education, and, most recently a national environmental education organization.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley
  • Master of Science, Northwestern University
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Oregon


  • 2001, Ed Fry Award. National Reading Conference
  • 2000, Multicultural Book Award. National Association for Multicultural Education
  • 1997, Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellow
  • 1996, UCB School of Education Block Grant
  • 1994, Evelyn Lois Corey Graduate Fellowship
  • 1993, Myrtle L. Judkins Memorial Scholarship

Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education
  • American Educational Research Association
  • National Council of Teachers of English
  • National Science Teachers Association

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