Christine Woodcock

Christine Woodcock

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Working professionals and adults who've been out of school for a while, looking to advance their careers.

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Dr. Christine Woodcock
Assistant Professor, Department of Education
Office: 77H
(716) 880-2576

About Christine Woodcock

Christine Woodcock has always loved school, reading and children’s literature, which is what inspired her to pursue a doctorate in Reading from the University at Albany. She is passionate about working with children, families, and teachers around issues of literacy. From a young age, Christine began working as a child care provider, children’s librarian, art teacher, and dance instructor. Those experiences helped mold her into the professional educator she is today. After teaching special education in a variety of urban, rural, and suburban environments in K-8th grade settings, Christine served as a full time professor for the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Towson University, and Southern New Hampshire University, and directed the Reading Specialist program at American International College. Currently, Christine is a professor at Medaille College.


Ph.D., Reading, University at Albany, State University of New York, 2003
MSEd., Elementary Education, Binghamton University, State University of New York, 1999
B.A., Psychology, Binghamton University, State University of New York, 1997
A.A., Liberal Arts & Humanities, Dutchess Community College, 1995

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