Clinical Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology
Jennifer H. Robins, Ph.D., is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at Baylor University. She received her doctorate in educational psychology with an emphasis in gifted education from Baylor University. Previously, she taught gifted elementary students in Waco ISD; worked as senior editor at Prufrock Press, focusing on the development of scholarly materials; and was the Director of Publications and Professional Development at the Center for Gifted Education at William & Mary. From 2018–2023, she was the Director of the Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at Baylor. For more information, visit her School of Education Faculty webpage linked below.
Lecturer, Curriculum & Instruction, Director of Ed.D. in Learning and Organizational Change
Laila Y. Sanguras, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the department of Curriculum & Instruction and graduate program director of the EdD in Learning and Organizational Change. Dr. Sanguras’ primary scholarly interest is the development of psychosocial skills, particularly grit and coping, and how teachers and parents can support their children to succeed academically and personally. Additionally, she is passionate about equity, particularly focused on how the current methods of identifying students for gifted programs can be revised to ensure equitable representation. She works closely with school districts and parent organizations to bring research to practice. For more detailed information, please visit her School of Education Faculty webpage linked below.
Clinical Associate Professor, Educational Psychology
Tracey N. Sulak, Ph.D., is a Clinical Associate Professor in Educational Psychology. Dr. Sulak’s teaching interests include math and literacy interventions as well as broadening participation in STEM. She currently teaches courses focused on doctoral student preparation, teaching in higher education, and educating students with twice-exceptionalities. In 2010, she was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor for her teaching in special education. Dr. Sulak’s primary research interest involves broadening participation in STEM. For more detailed information, please visit her School of Education Faculty webpage linked below.