Marc Goodrich

Marc Goodrich

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Marc Goodrich

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, Florida State University, 2015
M.S., Developmental Psychology, Florida State University, 2012
B.A., Psychology/Spanish, University of Texas at Austin, 2008

J. Marc Goodrich joined the Department of Special Education and Communications Disorders at UNL in August 2016 as an assistant professor. 

His research focuses on examining the development of language and literacy skills among children in the United States who speak a language other than English at home, including language-minority children and English-language learners, with a particular focus on native Spanish speakers. 

Prior to arriving at Nebraska, Marc spent the 2015-16 academic year as a postdoctoral researcher in the Florida Center for Reading Research at Florida State University. He earned his master's and doctoral degrees both in developmental psychology from Florida State. Goodrich received his bachelor's degree with honors as a double major in psychology and Spanish from the University of Texas at Austin.

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2016-17, Research Development Fellows Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2014-15, Dissertation Research Grant, Florida State University2014, Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award nominee, Florida State University2013-14, Jane West Award for Best Publication, Developmental Psychology Program, Florida State University
Experience
2016-present, Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2015-16, Postdoctoral Researcher, Florida Center for Reading Research, Florida State University2014 & 2015, Graduate Research Assistant, Florida Center for Reading Research, Florida State University2013 & 2014, Instructor of Child Psychology, Department of Psychology, Florida State University2014, Adjunct Instructor of Child Development, Department of History and Social Sciences, Tallahassee Community College2009-13, Predoctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Fellow, Florida Center for Reading Research, Florida State University