Carey Andrzejewski

Professor


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Office: 4054 Haley Center

Department: Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology

Campus Mail: 4036 Haley Center

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Phone: (334) 844-3012

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Academic Areas

Educational Psychology

Educational Research, Measurement, and Assessment

Foundations of Education


Short Bio

Carey Andrzejewski, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology at Auburn University.  As a critical scholar of teaching, Dr. Andrzejewski explores and facilitates the work of educators toward more socially just schools. This commitment is evident in all the domains of her professional work: service, outreach, and teaching. As an award-winning teacher, she works to nurture aspiring teachers and researchers toward humanizing and equitable practices.

Broadly, her research explores the development of critical consciousness in pre-service and practicing educators: how do educators come to understand systems of privilege and oppression, and how does that understanding (re)shape their orientations toward students, schooling, and educational policy? Her current multi-method program of research, a collaboration with Dr. Hannah Baggett, explores the intersections among state and local policy, school discipline practice, and anti-Black racism in Alabama. 

Education

Ph.D. in Teacher Education Policy and Leadership, 2008, The Ohio State University

M.A. in Educational Policy and Leadership, 2006, The Ohio State University

M.A. in Dance and Related Arts, 2002, Texas Womans University

B.S. in Mathematics and Dance, 1999, Berry College, Mount Berry, GA


Professional Experience

2020 - Present

Professor, Auburn University

2013 - 2020

Associate Professor, Auburn University

2008 - 2013

Assistant Professor, Auburn University

2005 - 2008

Graduate Teaching and Research Associate, The Ohio State University

2000 - 2002

Graduate Teaching Associate, Texas Women's University

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