Jeffrey Stotts, Ed.D.Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Certifications/Degrees: Ed.D. University of North Dakota. 2009 (Teacher Education and Multicultural Education).
M.A. University of North Dakota. 2000 (History).
B.S.E. Mayville State University. 1993 (Social Studies Education and Library Science).

UJ Mailbox: 6064
Office: Lyngstad 212

Phone: 701-252-3467 ext. 5995

Email: Jeff.Stotts@uj.edu

Jeffrey C. Stotts has been an educator since 1993. His professional experiences include teaching social studies courses in grades 7-12, serving as a k-12 librarian/media specialist, and most recently as a high school instructional strategist. He also works closely with the North Dakota Teacher Support System as a Trainer for teacher-mentors and with North Dakota AdvancED as a site reviewer for schools seeking accreditation.

Dr. Stotts has presented on topics related to his work on school culture, continuous school improvement, student engagement, and educational reform. His published scholarship includes work on Native American Education and includes an article published in the Journal of American Indian Education.

As a James Madison Memorial Fellow and the 2004 North Dakota History Teacher of the Year, Dr. Stotts continues to pursue his research and teaching interests as a member of the Teacher Education Department at the University of Jamestown. Jeffrey and his wife Melissa recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary and have two sons, Quincy and Ian, who are both in high school.

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