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Dr. Eleanor Su-Keene is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture at Texas A&M University. She is a former middle and high school educator and has an interdisciplinary background in the biological sciences, K-12 education, and educational leadership.

Dr. Su-Keene’s research centers on school improvement by specifically examining workforce turnover, social justice leadership, and equity for Asian American and Pacific Islander students through mixed method approaches. Her recent work examines the impacts of job-related stress on principals’ and teachers’ overall health, capacity to be effective, and intentions of leaving the profession. As an interdisciplinary researcher, Dr. Su-Keene examines critical issues in education from a health science lens to inform practitioners, preparation programs, and policy. Dr. Su-Keene is a former AERA Division A Clark Scholar and a former AACTE Holmes Scholar. In 2023, Dr. Su-Keene received the FAU College of Education Dissertation of the Year award. She has published numerous articles in traditional educational journals and in op-eds.

Ph.D., Educational Leadership and Research Methodology, Florida Atlantic University (2022)
M.S., Biology, University of Nevada, Reno (2014)
B.S., Biology, University of Nevada, Reno (2012)
MASC 420. Inquires into Life and Earth Science
Fall 2023