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- Teachers College, Columbia University – Doctoral Studies, Educating Professions
- Yale University – M.Ph., Health Administration and Health Education
- Connecticut College – B.A., Anthropology/History Secondary Education
Karen A. Gordon received her BA in Anthropology/ History and Secondary Education from Connecticut College and her M.P.H. in administration and health education from Yale University School of Public Health. Her doctoral studies through Teachers College, Columbia University have focused on social and historical foundations of education, human development, training and development across disciplines, and organizational behavior. Her academic interests include the intersection and impact of health and academic experiences for adolescents and young adults, professional preparation, multicultural teaching and learning environments. In addition to teaching a variety of courses in the EASE department, she teaches in the TCNJ graduate global programs in Bangkok and Caracas , as well as a course in comparative public health in the TCNJ Department of Sociology and Anthropology.