North Carolina State University announced this week that it will be adding a Ph.D. program specializing in Social Justice Education.
The new Ph.D. program will be launched at North Carolina State University (NCSU) in the fall semester of 2019, and will seek to “prepare scholar-activists to lead in matters of social justice.”
DeCuir-Gunby is a Director of Graduate Programs for the Teacher Education and Learning Sciences Department, where the Ph.D. program will be housed.
“Its core faculty will come from a variety of focus areas within the field of education,” states NCSU’s news release, “Their research focuses on social justice teacher education, multicultural education and literacy, education and immigration, and diversity and equity in schools and communities.”
The program specialization page goes on to list several other areas of emphasis, including “Diversity and equity in schools and communities, Education and immigration, Multicultural education and literacy, and equity in STEM.”