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About Julia Broderick

Julia Broderick Ed.D
Boise, ID 83706


Doctorate of Education: The University of Southern California School of Rossier: Fall 2020-August 2023
Dissertation Chair: Darline Robles Ph.D (USC)
Dissertation Committee Members: Alan Green Ph.D(USC), Frances Kellar Ed.D (USC)

Master of Education and Leadership: Boise State University Fall 2018-Spring 2020

Master of Communication: Boise State University Fall 2016-Spring 2018

Graduate Certificate: College Teaching Spring 2017-Spring 2018

Bachelor of Science: Sociology (Boise State University) Fall 2012-Spring 2016

High School Diploma: Wood River High School (Hailey, ID), 2009-2012

Professional Experience

Sociology Lecturer Fall 2021-present
Course Taught: Social Communication, Social Problems, Introduction to Sociology

Sociology Adjunct (Boise State University) Fall 2018- Spring 2021; Summer 2022 Summer 2023

Global Perspectives Adjunct: Global Perspectives (Soc 120 Online Sections) (College of Western Idaho) Spring 2019-present

Sociology Adjunct: 100 Level Online Courses (College of Western Idaho) Fall 2020-present

Communication Adjunct: 100 Level Course (Boise State University) Fall 2022-present

UF 200 (Ethics and Diversity) Adjunct: (Boise State University) Fall 2018- Spring 2021
Course Taught and Created: Social Problems and Examining Public Education

Graduate Teaching Assistant (Boise State University) Fall 2017-Spring 2018
Supervisor: Rebecca Robideaux, MA

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (Boise State University) Fall 2015-Spring 2016 (7 credits)
Primary Instructor and Supervisor: Desiree Brunette, MA

List of Courses Taught
Communication 101
Social Communication (Sociology + Communication) 122
Global Perspectives 120
Social Problems 102
UF 200 (Ethics and Diversity)

Administrative Support for Nurse Navigators (St. Luke’s Breast Care Services) 2013-2018
Supervisor: Jill Winschell, RN, BSN
– Coordinated communication and scheduling for the High Risk Breast Clinic
– Communicated with clinical and clerical staff
– Communicated with patients and kept track of their appointments, follow ups, and attendance to the clinic
– Proficient in Mosaic, Epic, Outlook, Word, Excel

Skills and Background Knowledge

● Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Canvas, Blackboard, SurveyMonkey, Google Forms, IRB, Typeform

● Interpersonal Skills, team work, public speaking, active listening, inclusive language, diversity and inclusion, curiosity, people person


Broderick, J. (2018): Invisible Dis/Abilities: To Disclose or Not Disclose?

IFATE (Implementing a Framework for Assessing Teaching Effectiveness) estimates to publish results in 2022/ 2023

Supporting Contingent Faculty at Nina University: An Evaluation Study (anticipated to be published in spring of 2023)

Professional Development and Research Experience

First Year Leadership Collaborative
Fall 2022-Spring 2023
– By invitation, I was a member of a collaboration to better support first year students at Boise State University. Discussions of pedagogy, implementing better practices for inclusion and diversity, and readings were completed in this collaboration.

IFATE (Implementing a Framework for Assessing Teaching Effectiveness) Team Member and Intern 2019-2022
– Coding, transcribing interviews, conducting interview protocol, meetings with team, part of the transcript

Coding and Analyzing Data for IFATE ($2,000 stipend): Fall 2021
– Coding, transcribing interviews, conducting interview protocol, meetings with team, part of the transcript

Created Social Communication Course and Piloting the Course 2019-present ($500 stipend): Spring 2019

Mentoring Teaching Assistants in 100 level courses: Fall 2020-Spring 2023

Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Committee: Boise State University Fall 2023

Research Related Courses Completed
– Research Methods 1 (2021; The University of Southern California)
– Research Methods 2 (2022; The University of Southern California)
– Methods (Qualitative and Quantitative) (2018; Boise State University)
– Capstone Research: Senior Seminar (2018; Boise State University)
– Capstone Educational Research Seminar (2020; Boise State University)

Awards and Other Merit-Based Recognitions

o Student Success Award (Boise State Graduate Poster Competition) Spring 2018

o Graduate Teaching Assistantship (Boise State University) Fall 2017-Spring 2018

o Golden Apple Teaching Award Nomination (2018) (2022)

o Inclusive Excellence Award Nomination (2020), (2021)

o Boise State Dean’s List (2012-2016)

o Silver Congressional Award (2012)

o Bronze Congressional Award (2011)


Professional Presentations

University of Southern California: Dissertation in Practice Presentation
Boise State Graduate Theory of Action Presentation: Master of Education Culminating Project ; Spring (2020)

Boise State Graduate Showcase Spring 2018: Presenting in poster competition of: Broderick, J. (2018): Invisible Dis/Abilities: To Disclose or Not Disclose?

Graduate Thesis Defense Spring 2018

Professional Development and Volunteer Work
● Sociology Club President (Boise State University) 2013-2016
● Reading and Writing K-1 Tutoring (Summer School 2019: Garfield Elementary, Boise Idaho)
● Teaching Portfolio for IFATE (creating portfolio for evaluators to practice rubric grading and learning opportunities) 2020-2021
● Reading and Academic Confidence Tutoring (Fall 2019-Spring 2020: Garfield Elementary, Boise Idaho)