Suzanne Stolz

Suzanne Stolz
Phone: (619) 260-2707
Office: Mother Rosalie Hill Hall 253

Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Special Education

  • Ed.D. Teaching and Learning, University of California, San Diego
  • M.A. Curriculum Design, University of California, San Diego
  • B.A. English Education, Friends University

Suzanne Stolz, Ed.D. serves as an Assistant Professor of Special Education, working with onsite and online students. A former high school English teacher, administrator, and leader of disability programs, she has expertise in online instruction, curriculum design, school culture, inclusive education, and disability studies. Suzanne has presented her research related to the identity development of students with disabilities at national and international conferences. She is the lead faculty member for the Online M.Ed. program's Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Inclusive Education specialization. She co-facilitated a Faculty Learning Community with the Center for Educational Excellence on UDL and continues to support UDL efforts on campus. In addition, she leads the Johnson Fellows program, an initiative to support general education teachers in better supporting students with learning disabilities. Suzanne is especially passionate about working with teachers to rethink their conceptions of disability and create inclusive school communities online and in person.