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Social and Cultural Studies in Education

Social & Cultural Studies in Education Program Faculty

Doctoral students typically seek (or are assigned) a faculty advisor upon admission to the program.

Jennifer Ng
Associate Professor
785-864-9660
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Room 424
Suzanne Rice
Professor
785-864-4458
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Room 435

Suzanne Rice has taught courses in foundations of education (philosophy, history, and sociology of education), as well as in curriculum, pedagogy and the organization and governance of schools. Rice conducts research mainly in foundations of education with an emphasis in philosophy of education... more

John Rury
Professor of Education (ELPS) and (by courtesy) History and African & African American Studies
785-864-9697
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Room 423

John Rury is a historian of American education and also conducts research in education policy studies, especially regarding metropolitan schools. He is particularly concerned with inequality in education, past and present.

He was educated at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.... more


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  • ELPS 301. Educational Technology in Elementary-Middle Education. 3 Hours.
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