POLITICAL CORRECTNESS GOING HAYWIRE Dr. Kathleen Kreamelmeyer, assistant professor of elementary education, Teachers College, Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Kreamelmeyer primarily teaches the cultural diversity class at BSU and has recently won her department’s Outstanding Teaching Award in addition to being nominated multiple times for the university’s Distinguished Teaching Award. She holds a doctorate in education from Arizona State University and has been an educator for over twenty-five years, including time as an elementary teacher in London, England.
Short – Term Faculty Led Study Away Programs to Puerto Rico: Emphasis on “Women in Science, Technology, Math, and Engineering (STEM)” Ana Isabel Estrella-Riollano, Assistant Professor, Missouri State University - West Plains Campus, West Plains, MO 65775, AnaEstrellaRiollano@missouristate.edu; Juan Meraz, MBA, Ph.D., CDP, Assistant Vice President, Division for Diversity and Inclusion, Missouri State University, Springfield, MO JuanMeraz@missouristate.edu
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