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Christine Schull

Senior Lecturer, Family Science

Christine Schull is a graduate of Michigan State University and UMCP Department of Family Science. She has worked with children in a variety of ages and settings including early learning settings, schools and human service programs. Dr. Schull has participated in Virginia efforts related to early childhood professional development and child development milestones. Dr. Schull is appointed to Virginia's School Readiness Committee.


SPH | Room: 1142Q

(301) 405-6294


Areas of Interest

Adjuncts and Affiliates

Early Childhood; Child Development; Family Violence

BA 1993

Michigan State University

MA 1999

Michigan State University

PhD 2006

University of Maryland

FMSC 332 Children in Families

FMSC 432 Adult Development and Aging in Families 

FMSC 460 Violence in Families

Schull, C., LaCroix, L., Miller, S., Austin, K., Kidd, J., (2021). Early Childhood Literacy: Engaging and Empowering Emergent Readers and Writers: Birth-Age 5. OER Commons.

Schull, C. P., Coogle, C., La Croix, L., Williams, M. (2020). Communication, Language and Literacy Development Area, In Virginia’s Unified Early Learning and Development Standards for All Children Ages Birth – 5. Communication, Language and Literacy Development.

Glazer, K., S. Miller, C. Schull, M. Ginsberg, H. Coy, and B. Hamre. 2017. Connecting stakeholders to bridge the divide: Upskilling Virginia’s early childhood educators. NAM Perspectives. National Academy of Medicine, Washington, DC.

Schull, C. P., & Anderson, E. A. (2008). The effect of home visiting and home safety on children’s school readiness. European Early Childhood Research Journal. 16(3), 313-324.

Liechty, J., Liao, M., & Schull, C.P., (2009). Facilitating dissertation completion and success among doctoral students in social work. Journal for Social Work Education. 45(3), 481-497.