Dane Joseph

Dane Joseph, PhD

Associate Professor of Education




Dane Christian Joseph joined the College of Education in 2015 as an assistant professor of education. In the five years prior, he taught at Pacific University as an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and instructor in the College of Arts & Sciences. His experience also includes three years as a graduate research assistant in Washington State University’s Learning and Performance Research Center (2006-09), working on capstone engineering design course assessments, as well as one and a half years as a graduate teaching assistant for Logic courses in Washington State’s Department of Philosophy (2005-06). His scholarly agenda explores how, if at all, professional phronesis can be developed, and the particular role that methods such as structured analytic techniques can play in cultivating wisdom for solving or framing complex education problems in evolving learning economies. He teaches methodology, statistics, and ethics courses.