Kathryn Welby, EdD

Kathryn Welby is an educator, author, researcher, and assistant professor at the Winston School of Education and Social Policy at Merrimack College. Her research and publications are grounded in her 15+ years of experience as an educator in Massachusetts urban schools. Welby has been recognized for her work on topics such as remote special education, higher education teaching strategies for diverse learners, and the impact of the opioid epidemic on K–12 schools. Her research identifies problems of practice and practical applicable solutions in education with a specific emphasis on inclusive practices and disabilities. She is the author of the book Remote Learning Strategies for Students with IEPs (Routledge, 2021) and the forthcoming book, Schools as Lens for Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: Impacts on Students and Educators in Crisis (Routledge, 2024).
Last Updated: 4-13-2024