Contact InformationDiane Maletta
Faculty of Supervision and Instruction
206- O Carole Sander Hall
Department/affiliationACE Teaching Fellows
Ph.D. Indiana University
Diane Maletta is a faculty member of the ACE Teaching Fellows program. She supervises, guides and provides professional support for ACE teachers throughout the United States. Diane also teaches reading and assessment courses for the elementary level teachers in the ACE program.
Before earning her PhD in language education at Indiana University in 1996, Diane taught students at the elementary and middle school levels. After her time at Indiana University, she was a professor at Purdue University North Central, Indiana University Northwest and Valparaiso University. Diane is excited now to be teaching and supervising in the ACE program at the University of Notre Dame.
Diane is a member and Past President of the Indiana State Reading Association. She serves on the ISRA Legislative Committee, and also serves on the International Reading Association's Advocacy Committee where she chairs the Advocacy Award Subcommittee. She and her husband, Bob, and their two children reside in Chesterton, Indiana.