Ph.D., New York University, International and Comparative Education
M.A., Teachers College, Teaching Social Studies
B.A., Hiram College, Phi Beta Kappa
Dissertation: “The Americans are coming”: Reverend Leon Sullivan’s Teachers for Africa Program in Peki, Ghana
2002-now, Assistant, Associate, and Professor, SUNY New Paltz
2000-2001, Teachers for Africa Volunteer, Peki Training College, Ghana
1996-1997, Practitioner-in-Residence, William Paterson University
1989-1996, Social Studies Teacher, Landmark & Lower East Side Prep High Schools, New York City
SELECTED FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS
2017, Lodging Fellowship, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Germany.
2015, Keizai Koho Fellowship, study tour of Japan.
2013, Korea Society Spring Fellowship, study tour of Korea.
2012, New York Council on Asian Studies Outreach Grant, co-written.
2010, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute, Teaching the History of Political Economy, Duke University.
2009, New Paltz Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Award to India.
2007, Fulbright Scholar Award for teaching and research in Serbia.
2005, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy grant for curriculum distribution.