Julie Carballo works with our first-generation college students (defined as neither parent having a four-year degree), student veterans, ROTC cadets and Dunham Scholars. Julie's passion is being an advocate and an ally for students along their journey to a college degree. Julie serves on the Advocacy Group for NASPA's Center for First-generation Student Success.
Originally from Davenport, Iowa, she earned her undergraduate degree from Loras College with a major in education and then began her career teaching and coaching at the high school level. She went on to earn graduate degrees in School Administration and Transitional Programming for Adolescents with Disabilities.
Prior to transitioning to her current position with the college in 2014, Julie was a faculty member in the Department of Education for 15+ years where she designed and taught the following courses on teaching and assessing students with identified learning differences.
EDN330 Teaching Children with Special Learning Needs in the General Education Classroom
EDN430 Characteristics of Students with High Incidence Disabilities
EDN432 Methods of Teaching Students with High Incidence Disabilities
EDN434 Psychological Diagnosis & Assessment
EDN436 Teaching Methods for Students with Disabilities