Jasmine Ulmer

Faculty Profile

Associate Professor
fy9583@wayne.edu

Degrees and Certifications

University of Florida:

Ph.D., Educational Leadership (concentration in Research & Evaluation Methodologies);

M.Ed., Reading Ed.; B. A., English & Classics

Biography

Jasmine B. Ulmer (Ph.D., University of Florida) is an associate professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. She currently coordinates the Educational Evaluation and Research program. Her work is located at the intersection of research methods and the communication of information. In addition to courses in research methods, she has taught courses on organizational leadership and data driven decision making. With Christina Hughes, Carol Taylor, and Michelle Salazar Pérez, she is co-editing a forthcoming handbook on transdisciplinary feminism. With James M. deLeón Salvo, she is the founding general co-editor of the Qualitative Research Methods division of Routledge Resources Online, the Developing Traditions in Qualitative Inquiry book series, and a forthcoming series of international handbooks in qualitative research methods, also on Routledge.

Office Location

321 Education Bldg.

Area of Expertise

  • Research Methods
  • Transdisciplinary Architectures
  • Digital Storytelling

Research Description

EER 7870: Qualitative Research 1: Introduction
EER 8520: Qualitative Research 2: Design and Data Collection
EER 8530: Qualitative Research 3: Data Analysis and Reporting
EER 7910: Qualitative Methods for Diversity and Inclusion
EER 7920: Qualitative Methods for Community and Classroom Research
EER 8550: Advanced Qualitative Inquiry: Innovations in Theory
EER 8560: Advanced Qualitative Inquiry: Innovations in Practice

Affiliated Departments