Zeinab Sobh

A photo of Zeinab Sobh.

Part-Time Lecturer

Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders; Teacher Education

128 John W. Porter Building


[email protected]


  • Ed.D., Doctorate of Education, University of Michigan - Dearborn
  • M.S., Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Madonna University
  • B.A., Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Michigan - Dearborn


Zeinab Sobh holds a Doctorate degree in Education, instructing in both the Department of Teacher Education, as well as the Department of Special Education & Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her background includes clinical psychology, specializing in psychological assessments, psycho-educational assessments, psychotherapeutic intervention, and consultation. Zeinab’s research focuses on examining the identity development of Arab-American adolescents, and interpreting her findings based on the perspective of the psychosocial stages of development from psychologist Erik Erikson. Zeinab has also received Fellowship certification in neurodevelopmental disabilities from the Michigan Leadership Education Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program (MI-LEND).


  • EDPS 325 Lifespan Human Growth and Development
  • EDPS 322 Human Development and Learning
  • SPLI 678 Assessment and Advanced Diagnostic Prescriptive Programming for Students with Disabilities