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Elizabeth M. Anderson

Associate Professor; Associate Director

Department of Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership; Institute for Justice and Well-Being; Binghamton University Community Schools


Liz Anderson joined the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Educational Leadership (TLEL) in 2007. She received her undergraduate degree in French/Education from St. Lawrence University. She has a MEd from Lesley University and a MSEd and EdD from Binghamton University.

Anderson has been in the field of Education for over 30 years as a child development specialist, teacher, administrator, teacher educator, and researcher.


  • MEd, Lesley University
  • MSEd, Binghamton University
  • EdD, Binghamton University

Research Interests

  • Integrating a community schools approach with an expanded Multi-Tiered System of Supports framework to support students, families and communities
  • How to improve the alignment and integration of programs and services by strengthening university-school-community partnerships.

Research Profile

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae