Alumnus Awarded the Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship at Columbia
Dr. Michael Hines, a 2017 graduate of our Cultural & Educational Policy Studies PhD program, has received the prestigious Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship at Teachers College, Columbia University where he will be based in the History and Education Program. Hines’ research examines efforts by African-American teachers and activists to create alternative curricula in history and social studies during the early twentieth century. Congratulations Dr. Hines!
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