“Why not spend your time doing the things you enjoy doing, and then figure out what to do next by following your interests?”
Kevin Kumashiro, the dean of the School of Education at the University of San Francisco, believes that merging the basics of teaching and education with social justice work is the best form of advocacy.
Carrie Eaton tells her friends she’s sort of like a librarian — except each book weighs between four and 400 pounds.
With a personal and professional résumé of titles such as student, teacher, geoscientist, college faculty member, mother and wife, Tina Nielsen has a history of juggling multiple responsibilities, and, consequently, fostering a multitude of talents.
After earning his PhD in educational administration in 2001, James T. Minor worked as a researcher and professor and later at the Southern Education Foundation — but then the White House called.