Education Faculty & Staff

Offices and Contact Information

Dr. Sandra Rodriguez, Chair,
Department of Teacher Education
Tue 12-4, Wed 9-12
Office: TEC 201

General inquiries:

  • April Barela- Data Analyst
    • Mon/Wed/Fri 10-12, Tue/Th 2-4
  • Victoria Garcia- Coordinator of Field Experience
    • Mon/Fri 9-12
  • Alberto Mares- Visiting Prof., Early Childhood Education
    •  Mon 4-6, Wed 6-8, Fri 8-9
  • Demy Martinez- Administrative Assistant
    • Mon-Wed 8-4

Sandra Rodriguez, PhD / Chair, Teacher Education

Dr. Sandra Rodriguez, PhD
Chair, Department of Teacher Education
Tuesday- 12:00- 4:00 Wednesday- 9:00- 12:00
Office: TEC 201

Victoria Garcia/ Master Teacher

Victoria Garcia, Coordinator of Field Experience
and School Partnerships

Monday 9:00-12:00pm, Friday 9:00- 12:00pm
TEC 204

Alberto Mares/Visiting Professor

Alberto Mares- Visiting Professor, Early Childhood Education

Monday 4:00-6:00pm, Wednesday 6:00- 8:00 pm, Friday 8:00- 9:00am
TEC 206

April Barela/ Data Analyst

April Barela, Data Analyst
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10:00-12:00pm
Tuesday/Thursday  2:00- 4:00pm
TEC 205

Delmeria Martinez/ Administrative Assistant

Delmeria Martinez, BBA
Administrative Assistant

Monday 8:00-4:00 pm - Wednesday 8:00- 4:00pm
TEC 202

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