Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Scholarly interests: Deaf identity development in the 21st century, Disability Studies in Education, emancipatory research methodologies, and life-writing
Courses taught: ASL 103: American Sign Language level 3; DHH 350 Communication in Classrooms; DHH 423 Deaf education methods across educational setting; and FSP Writing the academic “I.”
Achievements: Nationally, Singer is a board member of the American Sign Language Honors Society and a reviewer for several journals. Steve is a Teacher of the Deaf and a Family and Consumer Sciences Educator. Steve has worked as a qualitative research assistant at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, an assistant at the New York parent advocacy center, and currently holds multiple positions as a reviewer for academic journals. His most recent publication titled “Transforming transformative disability experiential learning” will be available in Issues in Teacher Education in the Fall of 2016.
Degrees: Ph.D. Syracuse University, Cultural Foundations of Education; C.A.S. Syracuse University, Disability Studies; M.S.S.E, National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology, Education of Students who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing; B.S. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Family and Consumer Sciences Education K-12.