Ph.D., Special Education, St. Louis University
M.A., Education, George Washington University
B.S., Elementary and Special Education (Minor in Psychology), D’Youville College
Pennsylvania Instructional Certifications: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Mentally/Physically Handicapped
Humanistic approach with ongoing student/professor engagement. Encouragement of critical thinking skills and subject matter mastery.
Dr. Nolan began her full-time faculty position at Immaculata University in August 2002 at full professor status and received tenure in 2006. She has been in the higher education profession full-time since 1979, educating pre-service special and regular education pre-service teachers at the undergraduate/graduate levels and holding various administrative roles as department chair and program director at Fontbonne College, St. Louis, MO; Misericordia University, Dallas, PA; and Immaculata University. She also serves as a dissertation chair for many doctoral candidates and is an academic advisor for master’s-level students at Immaculata.
- Various Teaching Styles
- Issues in Special Education
- Teacher Certification
- Learning Disabilities
- EDU 381 and EDL 629: Introduction to Special Education
- EDU 382 and EDL 631: Roles and Responsibilities in Special Education
- EDU 383 and EDL 633: Strategies for Special Education Teachers
- EDU 384: Adapting Instruction
- EDL 635: Psychology of Learning