Kim L. Creasy
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, Colorado 80639
Office: (970) 351-1871
Dr. Creasy joined the University of Northern Colorado faculty in the fall of 2013. He serves teacher candidates as the Elementary Education Program Coordinator. His teaching encompasses elementary social studies methods, social and cultural studies in early childhood, a seminar for first-year students and supervision of teacher candidates in their field experience and student teaching placements.
Prior to joining the UNC faculty, Dr. Creasy taught for 10 years at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania and 26 years in the Pennsylvania public school system. He was essential in initiating the professional development school partnership between SRU and the local school district. Dr. Creasy chaired the University Forum at SRU, was a faculty elected member of the University Curriculum Committee, chair of the Common Language Committee in the College of Education, served as chair of the University Promotion Committee, and serves on numerous other committees. He designed and continues to publish a peer-reviewed professional publication, The Field Experience Journal, which examines the act of supervision, school relationships, and teacher candidate perspectives on their experiences, which he publishes semi-annually. Additionally, Dr. Creasy served as the Conference Coordinator for the National Student Teacher Supervision Conference held annually at Slippery Rock University. Since arriving on the UNC campus, Dr. Creasy has hosted the National Field Experience Conference held annually in the month of April. Dr. Creasy has performed professional presentations at numerous international; national; regional; and statewide conferences. He has been published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Creasy also serves as a reviewer for the TC Journal published by The Teachers’ College at Columbia University, Current Issues in Education published at Arizona State University and The Journal published by the Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies.