Mollie Galloway
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership


  • Cheating
  • Community involvement
  • Grade inflation
  • Homework
  • Leadership

Mollie Galloway’s research has focused on leadership and equity for social justice, human development, and the effects of privilege in schools. Together with researchers at Stanford University, Galloway has researched the cheating practices of privileged students at affluent schools, as well as the impact of homework on affluent students. In concert with the Lewis & Clark doctoral program’s focus on social justice and social action, Galloway’s current work includes collaborative efforts with local schools and educational organizations to address issues of equity in P-12 schools. Before moving to Portland, Ore., she was a research associate for the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University and director of research for SOS: Stressed-Out Students – now Challenge Success – a Stanford University intervention designed to improve adolescent health, engagement, and academic integrity.