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Tammy J. Graham, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

Dr. Tammy J. Graham is an Associate Professor and Teacher Education Division Coordinator in the Zucker Family School of Education.  Before joining The Citadel in 2008, she worked in P-12 public education for 17 years as a teacher for students with exceptionalities, an educational diagnostician, and a special education coordinator. 

During her time at The Citadel, Dr. Graham has been involved in several service activities for the college and community.  She initiated numerous mentor partnerships between The Citadel and local K-12 schools.  Additionally, she established, the Zucker Family School of Education Mentor Program, which pairs Citadel education majors with established educators in the community.  She also created and advises the Student Learning Disabilities Association of The Citadel, a student club that advocates for P-12 and college students with learning disabilities, AD/HD, and similar learning differences.  Dr. Graham was named The Citadel’s 2017 awardee for the South Carolina Campus Compact Faculty Award for Service Learning.  She was the Learning Disabilities Association of South Carolina’s 2016 Volunteer of the Year. 

Dr. Graham feels she is a teacher at heart and is delighted to be working with students in the field of education..

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Contact Information:

Telephone: 843-953-6854
E-Mail: grahamt1@citadel.edu

Office: Capers Hall 327B
Office Hours: by appointment only

Degrees:
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership - Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA
CAGS in Special Education Administration, Cambridge College
M.S. in Education, Mild Learning Handicaps - Alabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL 
B.S. in Education, Learning Disabilities - Athens State College, Athens, AL

Research Interests:

Students with Exceptionalities
College Students with Disabilities
Mentor Partnerships
Student Diversity

Recent Publications:

Graham, T. J., Wenzel, A., Linder, R., & Rice, M. (2018). Special populations in middle level classrooms: Review of recent literature. In S. B. Mertens, & M. M. Caskey, (Eds.). Literature reviews in support of the Middle Level Education Research Agenda (pp. 53-80). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Graham, T. J., Wenzel, A., Linder, R., & Rice, M. (2016). Special populations. In S. B. Mertens, M. M. Caskey, P. Bishop, N. Flowers, D. Strahan, D., G. Andrews, & L. Daniel (Eds.), The MLER SIG research agenda (pp. 7-10). Retrieved from http://mlersig.net/mler-sig-research-agenda-project/

Graham, T.J. (2016). Inclusion: Students with Disabilities in Middle Grades. In S.B. Mertens, M.M Caskey, & N. Flowers (Eds.). The encyclopedia of middle grades education (2nd ed.). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Graham, T.J. (2016). Special Education in Middle Schools. In S.B. Mertens, M.M Caskey, & N. Flowers (Eds.). The encyclopedia of middle grades education (2nd ed.). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 Oberman, A. & Graham, T.J. (2016). Preparing school counselors to work with students with exceptionalities. In Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS 2016. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas

Graham, T.J., Hewett, S.M., Warner, J.M., & Graham, C.H. (2013, May). Perceptions and practices: The impact of military structure on the academic success of students with disabilities attending a military college. American Journal of Educational Studies, 6(1), 17-32.

Vita:
Dr. Graham

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