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- English Language Development
- Culturally Responsive Teaching
- K-12 Education
- Curriculum Development
Christine Muldoon, Ed.D., is the Founding Executive Director of the Office of Education Solutions at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her areas of expertise are in K-12 education, English Language Development (ELD), emerging bilinguals and diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) in educational settings.
Prior to joining higher education and MSU Denver, Christine served as a K-12 educator in school districts including Denver Public Schools, Adams 14 and Sheridan. Muldoon began her higher-education career in 2017 as an affiliate professor for graduate coursework at the University of Colorado Denver.
Her journey at MSU Denver began as the Founding Executive Director of the Office of Education Solutions, launched in 2021 to empower and diversify future K-12 educators to better support historically underserved students. Her most recent work has largely focused on the trauma-and equity-informed ed solutions program, which received the 2022 Excellence in Teacher Education Award by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
Muldoon received her bachelors in English literature from Marquette University and her masters in curriculum and instruction from the University of Colorado Denver. She received her doctorate in education from the University of Washington – her dissertation subject was Alternative Education for Diverse Students.
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