Multicultural Equity Studies in Education
As a student in the Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education program, you will be immersed in a research-intensive environment as you learn and engage in the critical study of multiculturalism, diversity and identity to create more equity in education and research. Your studies at Ohio State includes valuable mentorship opportunities from leading scholars who are experts in educational equity and focused on social justice in education.
- Mollie Blackburn, PhD, Professor
- Caroline Clark, PhD, Professor
- Hea Jin Lee, PhD, Associate Professor
- Elaine Richardson, PhD, Professor
- Tiffany Wild, PhD, Associate Professor
The largest professional association in the country devoted to social studies education. Engages and supports educators in strengthening and advocating social studies.
Provides professional and intellectual leadership to foster an engaged community committed to the teaching, learning and appreciation of diverse histories. Empowers learners to research and interpret the past.
AERA offers a rich array of programs and services for students through its divisions, special interest groups (i.e. Democratic Citizenship in Education, Critical Educators for Social Justice), and the Graduate Student Council for professional development, mentoring and networking.
The college’s annual forum showcases the research efforts of graduate students and other researchers in the college.
Sponsored by the Council of Graduate Students, the university forum highlights exemplary and innovative research conducted by Ohio State graduate students.
Associate Professor Melinda Rhoades is PI for a Racial Justice and Community Engagement grant from The Ohio State University’s Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme
Associate Professor Tim San Pedro published new research in the journal Equity and Excellence in Education
Professor Cynthia Tyson shares how to create a toolkit of skills to teach about race and racism in classrooms.