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Mollie Galloway

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Rogers Hall

Mollie Galloway, PhD, came to Lewis & Clark in 2006, as Director of Research and Assessment for the graduate school. As a researcher, Mollie’s interests center on conducting collaborative and applied research with schools, communities, and educational organizations to cultivate equitable leadership practice and maximize student learning, empowerment and well-being. Before moving to Portland, she was a Research Associate for the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University and Director of Research for SOS: Stressed-Out Students (now Challenge Success), a Stanford University intervention designed to improve adolescent health, engagement, and academic integrity. Through this work Mollie teamed with middle schools and high schools to gather, analyze, and disseminate data to help schools make appropriate and targeted practice and policy changes at their school sites.

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Mollie Galloway’s office is located in room 310 of Rogers Hall.


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Mollie Galloway Associate Professor; Department of Educational Leadership Chair

Educational Leadership Doctor of Education in Leadership Lewis & Clark 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road MSC 84 Portland OR 97219 USA