College of Education and Human Services

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RENATA BLUMBERG
Assistant Professor, Health and Nutrition Sciences
blumbergr@mail.montclair.edu
ext. 3428
Office Location: University Hall 4012

DR. BLUMBERG received her Ph.D. in Geography with a minor in Feminist Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in 2014. In her dissertation, Alternative Food Networks, Spatialities and Livelihoods in the Baltic States, she utilized her broad training as a human geographer with an environmental focus to examine the emergence and viability of alternative food networks in Latvia and Lithuania. Dr. Blumberg brings an interdisciplinary and international perspective on food systems and sustainability, and will continue her research on the intersection of food system change and sustainable community development in New Jersey.

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TAN LENG GOH
Assistant Professor, Exercise Science and Physical Education
goht@mail.montclair.edu
ext. 5253
Office Location: University Hall 4101

DR. GOH joins the ESPE faculty after recently completing her Ph.D. in Sport Pedagogy at the University of Utah. Before completing her Ph.D., Dr. Goh worked as a physical education teacher at a high school in Singapore. She has also taught both online and traditional classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her research interests focus on children and physical activity interventions in K-12 schools and community settings, as reflected in her dissertation, entitled Effects of Movement Integration Program on Elementary School Children’s Physical Activity Levels and On-task Behaviors and Teachers’ Implementation Experiences.

 

MICHAEL HANNON
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Educational Leadership
hannonmi@mail.montclair.edu
ext. 7611
Office Location: University Hall 3190

DR. HANNON, a New Jersey native, joins CEL with extensive experience working throughout the tri-state area.  A National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC), Dr. Hannon brings over 10 years of professional experience in educational and community-based settings, where he has acted as a counselor, advocate, and leader, seeking to help counselors meet the needs of diverse communities and respond to the complexities associated with those needs.  His research examines the unique experiences of underrepresented groups and the intersection of individuals’ varying identities, especially within family and community contexts.  These research interests are reflected in his dissertation, Love Him and Everything Else Will Fall into Place: An Analysis of Narratives of African-American Fathers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.



PETER HOSICK
Assistant Professor, Exercise Science and Physical Education
hosickp@mail.montclair.edu
ext. 5253
Office Location: University Hall 4119

DR. HOSICK joins ESPE with extensive experience as both a researcher and teacher.  A registered clinical exercise physiologist, Dr. Hosick has conducted much of his research on inflammation and the body’s response to exercise, in both athletes and people with chronic illness. Dr. Hosick comes to Montclair State with over 7 years of experience teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.


 

PABLO TINIO
Associate Professor, Educational Foundations 
tiniop@mail.montclair.edu
ext. 3128
Office Location: University Hall 2112

DR. TINIO, who received his doctorate from the University of Vienna, Department of Psychology, comes to the Department of Educational Foundations with experience as a researcher, lecturer, teacher, advisor, and administrator.  Currently, he is Editor of Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, published by the American Psychological Association (APA). He is also Co-editor of the upcoming Cambridge Handbook of Aesthetics and the Arts. Dr. Tinio’s research focuses on creativity and aesthetics within school systems and cultural institutions. He recently received the 2014 Berlyne Award for Outstanding Early Career Achievement from APA.