Who We Are >> Jennifer Huber, Ph.D.

Jennifer Huber, Ph.D., has been teaching for over 15 years, in general education, special education, and inclusive settings. She received her Ph.D. at Clemson University in South Carolina in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in special education.  Her research interests center around the topics of educational equity, inclusion, collaboration, teacher education and the identification of students with learning disabilities.  As a National Board Certified Teacher, she mentored beginning teachers throughout the Los Angeles Unified School District and taught in higher education at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), and Clemson University.  She has presented locally, nationally, and internationally.  She has taught students with various forms of Autism, specific learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral disturbance, mild mental retardation, orthopedic impairments, and speech and language impairments. Her research in the area of inclusive practices led to changing the practices at her local school site.  At Clemson University, she received the distinguished graduate student award and the graduate teaching award for the College of Health, Education, and Human Services.  Jennifer is currently serving as a postdoctoral fellow at Arizona State University with the Equity Alliance.  Her work with the Equity Alliance includes several projects concerning equity, access, participation, and outcomes for all students.

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