December 02, 2012

Endo Presents and Leads Workshop

Rachel Endo, chair of teacher education in the school of education, led a workshop titled "30 Years Later: The 1982 Murder of Vincent Chin, Contemporary Asian American Movements, and Connections to Critical Multicultural Education" at the National Association for Multicultural Education’s Association’s 22nd International Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA.

Endo was also was invited to serve as a senior-scholar respondent for the following Scholar Symposium Sessions: "Elementary School Teacher Candidates’ Images of Mathematics: Implications for Culturally Responsive Mathematics Education" (Bernd Ferner, Portland State University) and "The Influence of Familial Discourse in Determining Culturally Diverse Females Full Participation in Higher Education" (Sharon Elizabeth Gorman, Northern Arizona University). Finally, Endo was recognized as a reviewer team lead, where she and a group of scholars were recognized for peer-reviewing proposals and sessions pertaining to anti-racism, critical race studies, and racism.