Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, assistant professor of educational leadership, has published an article in the international journal Black Theology. The article titled “Pulpit, Pews and Picket Lines: Galamison’s Fight to Integrate NYC Schools and the Theology Behind It” is published in volume 14, issue 3 and is available here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14769948.2016.1224533.
Travel to Germany in May 9-24, 2017 with Dr. Dan Grube (Health/PE Professor), Dr. Nancy Luke (Elementary Education Professor) and other Education Majors. The travel course includes a long weekend trip to Berchtesgaden and Munich.
Go to http://paws.wcu.edu/ncluke/germany2017/ for more information.
Fifteen students pursuing the Minor in Leadership traveled to Seville, Spain for 16 days in May. The trip was the culminating event of LEAD 494: Global and International Perspectives in Leadership, which develops personal leadership skills and global/cultural competency. The group stayed in the homes of families, visited businesses, attended lectures, and went on historic tours.
Dr. Lynn Sacco, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, will speak at the Ron Morrow Lecture Series on the topic “Act Like a Man: Easier Said Than Done…what it means to be a man and how nobody really knows what that means.” The presentation will be held Wed, Feb. 17, 5 pm, in Killian 102. Q&A session to follow. All are welcome.
Carrie Rogers, elementary education, and Ashley McLendon, MAED 2014, published an article in Multicultural Perspectives, the peer-reviewed journal of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME). The article is titled “Shayla: A Portrait of the Schooling Experiences of an Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian Youth.”
The experiences of seven teacher education students and one faculty member who traveled to Kenya in October are detailed in an article in The Reporter titled Fifteen days in Kenya: Drinking up the lessons of life. Russ Binkley, the faculty member accompanying the group, hopes to repeat the trip in future years.