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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.

Bryan Mann
Assistant Professor
Joseph R. Pearson Hall

Bryan Mann is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. He received his PhD in Educational Theory and Policy from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Mann’s research centers on issues of geography and educational policy. This work revolves around a... more

Jennifer Ng
Professor
785.864.9660
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, 424

Program Affiliation:

http://elps.ku.edu/

Related Information:

http://elps.ku.edu/courses

Suzanne Rice
Professor
864.864.9733
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, 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

Argun Saatcioglu
Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
785.864.1826
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, 407

I received my Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University, specializing in sociology of organizations and education. My scholarship and teaching focus on educational and organizational inequality, educational policy, governance, and quantitative methods.

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Graduate Teaching Assistantship

Graduate Teaching Assistant(s) needed to teach the following:

  • ELPS 301. Educational Technology in Elementary-Middle Education. 3 Hours.
  • ELPS 302. Educational Technology in Middle/Secondary Education. 3 Hours.
  • ELPS 250. Education and Society. 3 Hours. AE41/AE51.

Learn more & apply here. (pdf)