The failure of major educational reform efforts to acknowledge the multicultural needs of tomorrow's students illustrates the marginal status that issues of multicultural education, diversity and social justice typically receive. Fortunately, most of the challenges have given rise to a discourse about diversity and social justice that has enhanced student learning and development, faculty development, and administrative practices.
Austin Carlson, WCU Student Volunteer
Dr. Christophas Walker, Assistant Professor at Slippery Rock University
Dr. Christophas Walker holds a Ph.D. Social and Comparative Analysis in Education International Development Education. Dr. Walker has accumulated more than 20 years of academic counseling experience in his career. Since 2003, he has worked for Slippery Rock University as Director of the Frederick Douglass Institute and an Assistant Professor in Public Health and Social Work. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the University Curriculum Committee, a member of the Institutional Review Board and the Campus Climate and Community Committee.