School of Education Faculty Present at Multicultural Education Conference

By Purnell T. Cropper | April 17, 2015

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.”


  • 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”