Category: College of Education & Human Services

The Girl with the Barrettes Reaches for Her Dreams

It is our honor to bring your attention to a recent Seton Hall University article about Amber Ingram. Ms. Ingram graduated from the College of Education and Human Services with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. This article was a featured article written by the Seton Hall University public relations and marketing team.

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Culturally Responsive Pedagogy featuring Dr. Stephanie Boyce

Dr. Adjapong is inviting you to a program focused on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy featuring Dr. Stephanie Boyce.

Event: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Why We Can’t Wait

Location: Via ZOOM Meeting

Date: Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

Time: 5pm – 6:30pm


Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Boyce Dr. Stephanie R. Boyce is an edupreneur driven by her passion to reshape the educational landscape by making culturally responsive teaching a way of life. For the last decade, Boyce has focused her studies and work on matters of racial justice and equity for historically marginalized people with a focus on educational spaces. Currently, she serves as the Chief Education Officer of Stephanie Boyce & Associates, LLC., parent company of The FRESH Classroom, and Professor & Director of the Writing Program at Paul Quinn College. Her proverbial “typical” journey along the path of academia was anything but typical, having taken her from being a rebellious student in at-risk schools to teaching and leading in at-risk schools, and eventually serving as a researcher in the same schools. By the time her journey is half complete, she will be added to a list of phenomenal innovators who advocate tirelessly for the millions of students who may otherwise be left voiceless in classrooms across America.