Lyn Corno is co-editor of Teachers College Record, a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal for the field of education that has presented a variety of theoretical and empirical articles to a wide audience of readers for over a century. She is formerly Professor of Education and Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, and remains a member of the Teachers College EdLab, a collective conducting technology-oriented research and design studies under the auspices of the Teachers College, Columbia University. Prior to becoming a faculty member at Teachers College, Lyn served as Assistant Professor of Education and Psychology at the Stanford University School of Education and as a Research Associate at the Southwest Educational Research and Development Laboratory. She has also held a variety of positions, including President of Division 15 of the American Psychological Association, Chair of the Visiting Panel for Research at ETS, and Chair of the Board for the National Society for the Study of Education. She has been Editor of the American Educational Research Journal and the Educational Psychologist. She is author or editor of several scholarly books, including “Remaking the Concept of Aptitude: The Legacy of Richard E. Snow,” “Education Across a Century: The Centennial Volume of the National Society for the Study of Education Yearbook,” and “The Third Handbook of Educational Psychology” (2015). She is has appeared on the Today Show and on local television newscasts to discuss education topics, and has been a field reviewer for many educational research projects funded by the National Science Foundation and the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council; she has also advised private organizations such as Open English, among others. She is a graduate of Arizona State University and earned advanced degrees at the Stanford University School of Education.