Curriculum Vitae


Ph.D., Curriculum & Instruction, In-progress, ETA 2018
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Area of focus: Curriculum Theory & Research
Doctoral minor: Counseling Psychology

M.S., Counseling & Counselor Education, 2009
Indiana University-Bloomington
Track: Community Counseling

B.S., Business, 2006
Indiana University-Bloomington
Concentrations: Computer Information Systems & Accounting


Publications, Peer-Reviewed

Siddiqui, J. (2016). Human equality projects as prerequisites for a posthuman embrace. Educação Temática Digital (Journal of Digital Thematic Education), 18(2), 458-464. doi: 10.20396/etd.v18i2.8646176

Siddiqui, J. (2016). Restyling the Humanities Curriculum of Higher Education for Posthuman Times [Special Issue: New Scholars in Review II]. Curriculum Inquiry, 46(1). doi: 10.1080/03626784.2015.1133220

Baardseth, T., Goldberg, S., Pace, B., Wislocki, A., Frost, N., Siddiqui, J., … Wampold, B. (2013). Cognitive-behavioral therapy versus other therapies: Redux. Clinical Psychology Review, 33(3), 395-405. doi: 10.1016/j.cpr.2013.01.004 

Conference Presentations, Peer-Reviewed, Select

Siddiqui, J. (2017, April). The Feeling Subject?: Complexifying the Human, Cosmopolitanism, and the Purpose of Education. Roundtable presentation at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

Siddiqui, J. (2016, April). Human equality projects as prerequisites for a posthuman embrace. Roundtable presentation at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Siddiqui, J., Goldberg, S., Wampold, B. (2012, June). A qualitative investigation into the process of psychotherapy supervision in randomized controlled trials. Panel presentation at the 43rd Annual Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference, Virginia Beach, VA.


Higher Education

CP 650: Theory and Practice of Interviewing (Undergrad. level)
Department of Counseling Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Student Lecturer; Summer 2013
Lead Teaching Assistant; Fall 2012 – Spring 2013
Teaching Assistant; Fall 2011 – Spring 2012

K-12 Education & College Preparation

Summer Psychology Internship Instructor, High School; June-July 2016
PEOPLE Program, Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Summer Writing Instructor, Grades 9-12; July 2013
College Access Program, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison

First Grade Teacher; 2009-2011
East Baltimore Community School, Baltimore City Public Schools; Baltimore, Maryland

Guest Lectures

“Selection interviews.” November 2012, April 2013
CP 650: Theory and Practice of Interviewing (Undergraduate level; ~150 students)
Department of Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

“Qualitative research process.” June 2012
CP 804: Research and Guidance in Counseling (Graduate level; ~20 students)
Department of Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Student Services

Public Humanities Graduate Fellow & HEX-U Coordinator; Fall 2016-Present
Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Academic Advisor; Fall 2013 – May 2016
Center for Educational Opportunity (CeO), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Career Coach; Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009
Undergraduate Career Services Office, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University-Bloomington


Part-Time Volunteer Therapist; 2011-2012
Counseling Psychology Training Clinic; Madison, WI

Counseling Intern; 2008-2009
Monroe County Youth Services Bureau; Bloomington, IN

Counseling Intern; 2008-2009
Stepping Stones, Inc.; Bloomington, IN

Consultation & Business

Program Development & Leadership Consultation; May 2016 – June 2016
Center for Educational Opportunity (CeO), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Business Risk Consultant; 2006-2007
Crowe Chizek & Co., LLC; Oak Brook, IL

Assurance Intern; Summer 2005
Ernst & Young, LLP; Indianapolis, IN


Proposal Reviewer; 2015 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, Curriculum Studies/Division B, Section 1: Critical and Post-Foundationalist Perspectives & Practices

Graduate Student Origin Map (Siddiqui, Wang, & Davis, 2015)
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Campus Representative for Advocacy Coordinating Team (ACT); 2012-2013
American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) 


Public Humanities Fellow Award, $2000, Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2016

Dr. Brenda Pfaehler Award of Excellence, Center for Educational Opportunity; 2016

Vilas Student Research Travel Grant, $1200, The Graduate School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2016

Division B Pre-Conference Seminar Stipend Award, $200, American Educational Research Association; 2014

Elected Member of Alpha Iota Delta, National Information Systems & Decision Sciences Honor Society; 2006


Digital Pedagogy Lab Institute; August 2015
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Summer Intensive Narrative Therapy Training; July 2012
Evanston Family Therapy Center; Evanston, IL

Writing at the Primary Level for K-2 Workshop; March 2010
Expeditionary Learning Schools; Richmond, VA

Elementary School Teacher Certification Coursework (15 graduate credits); 2009-2010
Johns Hopkins University School of Education; Baltimore, MD


American Educational Research Association, Division B