Redefining the Classroom

Faculty and Staff

The School of Education is located on the first floor of the Center for Applied Science and Technology (CASET).

Becky Davis

Becky Davis

Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education ssistant Professor, Mathematics and Education
BS, 1999, Lake Superior State University
MEd, 2001, Grand Valley State University
EdS, 2010, Northern Michigan University

Lorraine Gregory

Lorraine Gregory, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Education
BS, 1972; BEd, 1984, University of Saskatchewan
MSEd, 1997; EdD, 2001, Duquesne University

Barb Light

Barb Light

Assistant Professor, Education
BS, 1990 Michigan State University
MS, 2001 Western Michigan University
EdS, 2010 Northern Michigan University

Phone: 906-635-2181
Office: CASET 101F
Email: bjlight@lssu.edu

Mary McMyne

Mary McMyne

Assistant Professor, English & Language Studies and Education
BS, 2000 Louisiana State University
MFA, 2002 Louisiana State University
MFA, 2007 New York University

Cathy White

Cathy White

Assistant Professor, Education
BS, Lake Superior State College;
MS, Northern Michigan University
Ed. Spec., Northern Michigan University

Guidi Yang

Guidi Yang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Director of International Education
BS, Shanghai International Studies University, China
MA, University of Warwick, Great Britain
PhD, The State University of New York at Buffalo

"I'm certainly proud to be a part of Lake Superior State University. Our programs provide an excellent opportunity to gain competency in your major field through challenging and engaging courses stressing theory and application, and to gain preparation for employment, clinical practice or post baccalaureate education. However, a university education is more than that, it involves the transformation of individuals from students to scholars, from receivers of knowledge to creators of new knowledge, from professional prospects to professional colleagues. The university graduate carries away more than a just a paper diploma or certificate, you will carry a breadth and depth of learning that goes beyond a particular career choice. It is your development of a lifelong commitment to learning, of an appreciation and understanding of differing ideas and ideologies, and your continued development as an individual and professional, that empowers you as a citizen, prepares you for professional service, and opens your world to new possibilities. The Personal Approach to education at LSSU centers on personal contact and I encourage you to stop by my office, or that of any of the faculty members, to discuss your career interests in more detail. I look forward to meeting you."

--Donna Fiebelkorn PhD
Assistant Dean, School of Education