Camille L. Bryant


Camille L. Bryant is an associate professor in the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University who teaches research methods courses. She is the former Research Methods Coordinator and Director of the Doctor of Education program. As an education research methodologist, she focuses on program evaluation, intervention research, mixed methodologies, instrument development, and approaches to support graduate students’ research methods knowledge acquisition and self-efficacy. Her most recent research interest aims to (a) better understand the role of embodied pedagogy on mitigating students’ research methods apprehension and anxiety, and (b) supporting students’ competencies as they engage with and conduct socially responsible research.

Author's Books

The Coming of Age of the Education Doctorate Series

Transforming Identities

How an EdD Program Develops Practitioners into Scholar-Practitioners


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