Lori Fulton

Dr. Lori Fulton, College of Education (COE) School of Teacher Education (STE) Professor and Associate Director, has been elected to serve on the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) Board of Directors. Her term will begin in March 2025.

Fulton joined the COE faculty in 2012 as an assistant professor with a primary focus in elementary teacher preparation. She has served as an elementary supervisor, coordinator, and science educator. She has also served as Chair of the COE Senate (2022–2023) and a Mānoa Senator on behalf of the COE (2018-2020).

“I hope to be a voice for members of the association and to work with my colleagues across the country to help craft and further the work of ATE,” Fulton said. “This work includes advocating for important issues in teacher education, considering multiple perspectives when making decisions, and thinking about how the association might evolve to meet changing times while respecting its historical foundations.”

A member of ATE since 2009, Fulton was selected to participate in the ATE Leadership Academy and Emerging Scholars program as a graduate student at the University of Las Vegas (UNLV). She has been on five planning committees, including the Denver Summer Conference, which she currently co-chairs; was Chair of the Honors and Awards Committee for three years; and served on two Task Forces as well as two Commissions.


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