Emily Coady

Emily Coady         coady                                                                              
212 Graduate Education Building
College of Education and Health Professions                                                             
Fayetteville, AR 72701
ecoady@email.uark.edu   

 

Emily Coady is a Doctoral Academy Fellow and Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas. Emily graduated from Seton Hall University’s John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations. She is a founding corps member of Teach For America-Louisiana Delta. She taught 5th grade in Tallulah, LA, served as grade level chairperson and coached soccer. Emily was selected as a 2012 William J. Clinton Fellow for Service in India during which time she developed an English MultiGrade MultiLevel (MGML) curriculum for grades 3-5 for schools in rural Rishi Valley, Andhra Pradesh. Upon returning from India, Emily worked as a community organizer and later as regional director for TFA-Louisiana Delta. Additionally, Emily has worked in teacher recruitment for the Louisiana Department of Education, trained incoming TFA corps members at Greater Delta Institute and served with AmeriCorps*National Civilian Community Corps. 

 


University of Arkansas - Ph.D. in Education Policy (Anticipated 2022)

Seton Hall University – B.S. in International Relations


Educational outcomes in rural communities

School choice with a focus on racial and cultural integration

Culturally responsive pedagogy