Emily Suh

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Dr. Emily K. Suh is an Assistant Professor of Developmental Education in the graduate program of Texas State University. Dr. Suh is an expert on language, literacy, and adult education and has published widely on the topics of diversity, inclusion, and language acquisition. She is both a scholar and an experienced practitioner having worked with low-income, first-generation, immigrant, and minority students in K-12, two-year, and four-year institutions. She is an active member of the National Organization for Student Success and not only chairs that organization’s Diversity Committee but coordinates the association’s Special Interest Networks. She is currently the President of the Indiana Association for Developmental Education. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Developmental Education and presents regularly at national conferences in the field.

Dr. Suh is currently working with the NCDE to study the self-perceptions and identities of professionals in the field. She also works with a variety of center research and training projects. She is scheduled to be a Kellogg Institute presenter beginning in 2020.