Curriculum Vitae Holly-Lynn Busier College of Education and Social Services Department of Education The University of Vermont

Burlington, Vermont 05405 (802) 656-3833 Holly-Lynn.Busier@uvm.edu Educational History 1997 Ed.D., Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Dissertation Title: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: Educational Portraits of Anorexic Women M.Ed., Curriculum Development and Instruction, Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vermont. Thesis Title: Addressing Student Diversity Through the Use of Bernice McCarthy’s 4MAT System B.S., Secondary Education/History; Minors: English and Latin, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont.

1991

1978 Honors and Awards 2007 2007

Nominated for the Kroepsch-Maurice Award, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Received the John Dewey Award for Excellence in Teaching. College of Education and Social Services, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Nominated for the Kroepsch-Maurice Award, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Nominated for the Edith D. Hendley Award, President’s Commission on the Status of Women, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Student Representative on the Doctoral Advisory Committee, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Department of Education, The University of Vermont. Dean’s List, College of Education and Social Services, The University of Vermont. Academic Fellow, College of Education and Social Services, The

2004 1997

1996-1997 1996-1997 1978 1977-1978

University of Vermont. Teacher Certification Vermont Level II: Secondary Education/History, English, and Latin; Vermont Level I: Special Education. Professional Experience 2008 2002-2008 1999-2002 1999-2000 Senior Lecturer, Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Lecturer, Department of Education, The University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont. Research Assistant Professor, Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Co-Researcher on Eisenhower Grant awarded for “Implementing Complex Instruction in Selected Vermont Schools,” Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Co-Researcher on “Equity Research Study” conducted in selected Vermont schools, funded by The Vermont Institute for Math, Science, Technology, Montpelier, Vermont and the Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Coordinator, Vermont Honors Competition for Excellence in Writing, College of Education and Social Services, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Lecturer, Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Graduate Teaching Fellow, Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. ♦ Team-taught Issues Affecting Individuals with Disabilities. ♦ Team-taught Educational Psychology. ♦ Student Teaching Supervisor, Elementary Education Program and Secondary Education Program. 1991-1994 Instructional Assistant in Special Education, grades 6-12, Winooski Jr.-Sr. High School, Winooski, Vermont. ♦ Developed and implemented Language Arts, Social Studies, and Math curricula consistent with the philosophical underpinnings of Multiple Intelligences Theory. ♦ Worked collaboratively with school community members to ensure full inclusion.

1998-1999

1997 to present

1997-1999 1996-1997

1987-1991 1990-1991

History/English Teacher, grades 9-12, Milton Jr.-Sr. High School, Milton, Vermont (on professional leave for the school year). ♦ Taught World Geography, United States History, Vermont History, Historical Biography, and American Literature. ♦ Developed and implemented Vermont History and Historical Biography curricula. Latin Teacher, grades 9-12, South Burlington High School, South Burlington, Vermont (replaced teacher on sabbatical). ♦ Taught Latin I-IV. Latin Teacher, grades 6-12, Ticonderoga Middle School and Ticonderoga High School, Ticonderoga, New York. ♦ Taught Latin I-III. ♦ Developed and implemented Exploratory Latin curriculum for grades 6-8. ♦ Latin Club Advisor, grades 9-12. English Teacher, grades 7-12, Missisquoi Valley Union High School, Swanton, Vermont. ♦ Taught American Literature and World Literature, grades 912. ♦ Taught Reading, Reading for Enjoyment, and Study Skills, grades 7-8. ♦ Developed and implemented Reading for Enjoyment and Study Skills curricula. ♦ Worked collaboratively with grade 7 team members to develop and implement interdisciplinary units of study. ♦ Yearbook Co-Advisor. Teaching Internship, grade 11, United States History, Essex Junction Educational Center, Essex Junction, Vermont.

1986-1987

1985-1986

1981-1985

1978

Graduate and Undergraduate Course Instruction Spring 2008 Spring 2008 2006 to present 2002 to 2006 2002 to 2005 Spring 2002 1999 to present HCOL 196: The Social Construction of Disability EDFS 197: Honors College Research Seminar Honors College Advisor/Mentor for CESS students EDSP 296, 319, & 322: Internship in Special Education EDSC 50: Exploring Education EDSC 226: Teaching Internship in Secondary Education EDFS 203: Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of Education

1996 to present Spring 1997 Spring 1997 Fall 1996 Spring 1996 Professional Service 2008 2007-present

EDSP 05: Issues Affecting Persons with Disabilities EDSC 226: Internship in Secondary Education EDSC 295: Secondary Education Teaching Internship (Post-baccalaureate students) EDEL 185: Internship in Elementary Education EDSC 207: Educational Psychology

Vice President, Northeast Regional World History Association. Department of Education Representative for the Faculty Executive Committee, College of Education and Social Services, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Committee Member: Carnegie Project for the Education Doctorate (CPED), Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Reviewer: Student Paper Prize (Graduate and Undergraduate) for The World History Association and Phi Alpha Theta. Co-Advisor: Kappa Delta Pi, Eta Upsilon Chapter, Department of Education, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Executive Committee Member: New England Regional World History Association. Advisory Board Member: ABC-Clio. Committee Member: World History Association Membership Committee. Department of Education Representative: Faculty Senate, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. External Examiner: Doctoral Dissertation Committee, Department of Education, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Student Advisor: Department of Education, Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Student Advisor: Department of Education, Secondary Education

2006 to present

2006 to present 2004 to present 2003 to present 2004-2005 2002-2005 2002-2004 2001 2001

1999 to 2005

Program, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. 1997 M.Ed. Thesis Committee Member: Department of Education, Secondary Education Program, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Student Representative: Doctoral Advisory Committee, Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Mentor: Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Ed.D. Program Handbook Re-Vision Committee: Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Co-Coordinator of Eating Disorders Awareness Group, grades 812, Winooski Jr.-Sr. High School, Winooski, Vermont. Advisor for Student Animal Rights’ Group, grades 6-8, Winooski Jr.-Sr. High School, Winooski, Vermont. M.Ed. Thesis Committee Member, Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vermont. Committee for School Restructuring, Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vermont.

1996-1997

1996 1996

1993-1994 1993-1994 1992 1991

Publications Clark/Keefe, K.A., & Busier, H. (2000). Writing pilot project: A qualitative assessment of student and faculty interviews. College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Vermont. Busier, H., Furney, K.S., & Hasazi, S. (1998). Transition policies, practices, and services at the local level: Summary report of a visit to the Chapel Heights School District. United States Office of Special Education Programs: Washington D.C. Busier, H., Furney, K.S., & Hasazi, S. (1998). Transition policies, practices, and services at the local level: Summary report of a visit to the Pelican Cove School District. United States Office of Special Education Programs: Washington D.C. Busier, H., Clark, K.A., Furney, K.S., Hasazi, S.B., & Meyers, H. (1997). Report from the drop-out prevention conference. Montpelier, VT: Vermont Department of Education and The Vermont Alliance for School Improvement. (Principal writer for this report.) Busier, H., Clark, K.A., Esch, R.A., Glesne, C., Pigeon, Y., & Tarule, J.M. (1997). Intimacy in research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 10(2),

165-170.

Grants 2007-2008 2001-2002 Women’s Center Grant. Busier, H., Cravedi, L., & Prue, J. Literature Circles as Learning Communities. Fieldstone Foundation Grant. Busier, H. Vermont Writing Challenge.

Presentations Busier, H., Cravedi, L., & Prue, J. (2008). “Exploring Identity: Literature Circles as Learning Communities.” New England Educational Research Organization Annual Meeting, Hyannis, Massachusetts. Busier, H. (2000). “Educated in Hunger: The Role Schools Play in the Development and/or Maintenance of Anorexia Nervosa in Some Females.” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. Busier, H. (2000). “Learning the Tango: Understanding the Relationship Between Teacher and Researcher.” New England Educational Research Organization Annual Meeting, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Busier, H., & Pigeon, Y. (1999). “Re-Thinking Researcher-Research Participant Relationships in Qualitative Research.” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. Esch, R.A., & Busier, H. (1997). “Gender Equity Awareness.” VT Youth Project, Burlington, Vermont. Busier, H., Clark, K.A., Esch, R.A., & Pigeon, Y. (1996). “Issues Affecting Collaborative Research.” Presentation to the 1995 Ed.D. cohort, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. Hasazi, S.B., Busier, H., & Esch, R.A. (1996). “Re-Vision of Ed.D. Program Handbook.” Presentation to the 1995 Ed.D. cohort, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont.

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