||Dr. Marie Kraska
Department of Educational Foundations,
Leadership, and Technology
Dr. Marie Kraska is a Mildred Cheshire Fraley Distinguished Professor. She is in the Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology. Dr. Kraska earned her Ph.D. degree in Technical Education with emphasis in research; statistics; and technical education from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a Master's degree in Probability and Statistics from Auburn University, a Master of Science degree with emphasis in research, measurement, and technical education from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree with majors in Speech and English from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Dr. Kraska has authored four books in the areas of teacher education and communications. She has published numerous articles in national and international refereed journals such as the Journal of Research and Development in Education, Educational and Psychological Measurement, Community/Junior College Quarterly of Research and Practice, and the Journal of Industrial Teacher Education.
Dr. Kraska has been involved with research, measurement, curriculum development program evaluation, and the preparation and professional development of teachers at the local, state, national, and international levels. Her research interests are in the areas of work values, student retention, and attitudes toward special populations.
Dr. Kraska’s work and contributions to the profession have been recognized at the local, state, national, and international levels. For example, Dr. Kraska received the Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award from the Auburn Alumni Association in 1998. She received the J. F. Ingram Award for Outstanding Service to Education from Iota Lambda Sigma -Epsilon Chapter (an honorary society for career and technical education). Dr. Kraska received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in June 2000. She is a member of the Auburn University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.
7300 Design & Analysis I Syllabus Fall 2013
7310 Design & Analysis II Syllabus Spring 2014
8320 Design & Analysis III Syllabus Fall 2014
8200 Survey Research Methods Syllabus Fall 2014
8330 Nonparametric Statistics Syllabus 2014
8340 Structural Equation Modeling Syllabus 2014