School of Education Faculty Present at Multicultural Education Conference

April 17, 2015 Purnell Cropper

Five faculty and staff from the School of Education presented at the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (PA-NAME) Annual Conference earlier this month at Keystone College in La Plume, Pa. The conference featured 35 workshops on the theme “Inclusive Multicultural Education: Uniting for Political, Economic, and Educational Empowerment.”

Presenters

  • Dr. Jodi Bornstein, assistant professor and program coordinator of Social Studies in the Department of Education, Kristine Lewis Grant, and Tanya Wiggins: “Multicultural Education & Urban School Partnerships: Establishing Equitable Relationships”
  • Bruce Campbell, assistant professor and director of the Educational Leadership program: “My Academics Are Fine but My Adjustment Has Been Challenging: Internal Students Sharing Their Experiences of Higher Education in the United States”
  • Janet Chance, director of School and Community Collaboration, Dr. Sonia Rosen, visiting professor, and Julia Haines: “Lift Every Voice: Creating Inclusive Spaces that Renew Courage”
  • Dr. Erica Davila, associate professor and director of Undergraduate and Graduate Middle School and Secondary Education, and Dr. Bornstein: “Time & Mentoring Matters: Working with Beginning Teachers in Urban Schools”

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