Jennifer Groman

Jennifer Groman, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of the Talent Development Program

257 Dwight Schar College of Education
Department(s)
Area of Specialty
Gifted education, Teacher education, Creativity Arts-infused practice, Arts administration, Transpersonal psychology
Biography
  • Joined Ashland University faculty in 2017
  • Teaches Introduction to Teaching, Educational Psychology and Human Development, Nature and Needs of the Talented, Curriculum for Teachers of the Talented and Capstone in Talent Development courses
  • Worked as a K-8 teacher and general educator for 30+ years in Florida, Georgia, Ohio and Caithness, Scotland
  • Other experience:
    • Ohio Department of Education (I-GET-GTEd Ohio Javits Grant project), gifted consultant
    • Ashland University Summer Honors Institute for the Gifted, assistant director
    • Ashland University College of Education, adjunct faculty
    • Recognized as a Professional Fellow of the Ashland University College of Education twice
Education
  • University of Akron, Ph.D. (Curriculum and Instruction)
  • Ashland University, M.Ed. (Supervision)
  • Sofia University, M.A. (Transpersonal Psychology)