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Lisa K Richardson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor 
Alaska College of Education

796-6435 (Visit Website)

Hendrickson Annex 101C, Juneau Campus

Richardson, Ph.D.


PhD, Language Reading and Culture   (2006-2013)
University of Arizona

M.A., English (2000-2004)
Middlebury College 

B.A., English (1995-1998)
Montana State University


Lisa received her doctorate in Language, Reading, and Culture from the University of Arizona, with a minor in Rhetoric and Composition.  Her areas of research include classroom discourse and effective literacy instruction, disciplinary literacies, and the acquisition of academic language and literacy for students who are learning English as an additional language.  Her work with immigrant and refugee students in Tucson, AZ, as well as her work with secondary students on a Navajo reservation in NM, inform both her research and teaching. She has spent the past six years working with educators from across the state of Alaska as they pursue their M.Ed. in Reading. Lisa is currently teaching graduate-level courses in literacy for teachers in the Masters of Reading/Reading Specialist program.


Program Coordinator: M.Ed. Reading Specialist and Reading Specialist Graduate Certificate


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