Susan D. Holloway
Susan D. Holloway holds the title of Professor of the Graduate School at the University of California, Berkeley. She formerly taught as a professor and adjunct professor of cognition and development at UC Berkeley, and was a visiting associate professor while also being a research associate and instructor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She envisioned a career as a clinical psychologist, but changed direction after discovering a penchant for research. Teaching and conducting research at UC Berkeley has allowed her to explore the problems and promises associated with significant social change. She was named a National Academy of Education/Spencer Fellow and has twice been a Fulbright Scholar. Holloway received her EdS in program evaluation and her PhD in child development and early education from Stanford University.