Senior Research Associate at Learning Systems Institute (LS)
Ramos-Mattoussi’s areas of expertise are related to international education and development; gender, nonformal adult education; visual sociology qualitative research methods (gender, health, child labor, community-based initiatives, etc.); and literacy. She’s worked in over 25 countries in the last 30 years managing international development projects in the education sector and is fluent in English, Portuguese, and Spanish.c
Professor / Associate Chair, EPLS / Program Coordinator, Learning & Cognition
Roehrig is an associate professor of educational psychology in the College of Education. She is an expert on educational psychology, with an emphasis on learning and cognition, as well as teacher effectiveness, professional development, student engagement, and literacy learning and instruction.