Hatice A. Ghulamani, Ph.D.
Specialized Education Services (SES) Department
Clinical Assistant Professor
Office: 244 SOE Building
Family Centered Practices, Inclusive Education and Intervention, Personnel Preparation, edTPA BK licensure
- Ph.D. (2017) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Early Childhood Intervention and Literacy, School of Education
- M.Ed. (2009) University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Birth-Kindergarten: Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development, Department of Human Development and Family Studies
- B.A. (2006) Guilford College, double major in Psychology and Community Justice Studies
- NC Birth-Kindergarten Teaching Licsense
Dr. Hatice Ghulamani is faculty in the interdisciplinary BK program in Specialized Education Services department in the School of Education. Dr. Ghulamani teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs. She is most passionate about personnel preparation, mentoring BK teacher candidates and supervising clinical experiences. In addition, Dr. Ghulamani’s passion is working with infants and toddlers and their families and enjoys teaching early childhood development, education and early intervention courses. Her current research focuses on promoting family centered practices with socioculturally and linguistically diverse children with disabilities and their families.