2014 FDI Scholar Working in Professional Studies in Education

Posted on 8/12/2014 11:42:55 AM

As the Frederick Douglass Institute 2014 scholar in IUP, May George will be working in the Department of Professional Studies in Education during her one-year employment. She will have a full teaching load equivalent to an adjunct faculty member, continue her research, and contribute to the life of the university.

George holds a post-doctoral Andrew Mellon Fellow at Davidson College in North Carolina. She also holds a doctoral degree in Teaching and Teacher Education from the College of Education at the University of Arizona, and two master’s degrees. She has more than 20 years of teaching experience in higher education nationally and internationally.

George’s research interests center on curriculum theory design, classroom pedagogy, classroom management, and the predictability and unpredictability of tasks during the learning process. Her research in bilingual education is related to the pedagogy of acquiring a second language focusing on intentions, culture, and profession.

Frederick Douglass Institute 2014 Scholar

Professional Studies in Education