Mellon Schollars 2004-2005
Published in Inside - Volume X, No. 2
By Ryan Brenizer
The Institute for Urban and Minority Education announced the 2004-2005 Mellon Visiting Scholars. Each year the Mellon Scholars Program focuses on a theme relevant to minority education. The theme for the 2004-2005 lecture series is Ethics, Morality and Pedagogy.
The Mellon Visiting Scholars are:
Lucius Outlaw, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy and African American Studies Program; Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education; Vanderbilt University
Visiting Date: October 27, 2004
Robert Fullilove, Ed.D.
Associate Dean, Community and Minority Affairs; Co-Director, Community Research Group; Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
Visiting Date: TBA
John Powell, Ph.D.
Professor; Ohio State University; Moritz College of Law
Visiting Date: November 8 and 9, 2004
David Wall Rice, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow; The Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) and The College Board
Visiting Date: November 17, 2004
Eleanor Armour-Thomas, Ed. D.
Chair, Department of Secondary Education
Professor, Educational Psychology
Queens College, City University of New York
Visiting Date: December 1, 2004
Ernest Washington, Ph.D.
Professor; Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies
School of Education; University of Massachusetts Amherst
Visiting Date: January 25 and 26, 2005
Eugene Garcia, Ph.D.
Vice President for University School Partnerships; Dean, College of Education; Arizona State University
Visiting Date: March 2-3, 2005
Barbara Ransby, Ph.D.
Department of African-American Studies and History
University of Illinois at Chicago
Visiting Date: March 22-23, 2004
David Levering Lewis, Ph.D.
Department of History
New York University
Visiting Date: April 20, 2004
Carol D. Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education and Social Policy; School of Education and Social Policy; Northwestern University
Visiting Date: April 26 and 27, 2005