Dec 04, 2021
Community, Youth, and Education Studies Overview
Housed in the Education Department, Community, Youth, and Education Studies (CYES) is an interdisciplinary major that bridges Community Development, Critical Youth Studies, and Education Studies. In addition to the power of interdisciplinarity, CYES majors and minors engage in social justice praxis. Toward that end, students in the major take a sequence of 11-courses that guides and supports them to critically interrogate their social world, reflexively examine their social location within that world, and engage in social change. The aim of CYES is to prepare students for engaged scholarship and leadership in the 21st century, working for social justice across a wide-range of educational, cultural, institutional, and linguistic boundaries and borders.
Three Theories of Understanding Courses- (One from each category)
Critical Social Theory Related to Inequity (1)
Positionality and Identity in Social Contexts (1)
Theorizing Social Change (1)
One Participatory Action Research (PAR) Course
Electives: (3) - chosen from the list below or from another course(s) granted approval by the program chair)
Available Spring 2018.
Praxis Project Seminar
Available Fall 2018.
Available Spring 2019.
Community, Youth, and Education Studies Faculty
Kate Bielaczyc, Ph.D.
Thomas Del Prete, Ed.D.
Eric DeMeulenaere, Ph.D.
Letina Jeranyama, Ph.D.
Sarah Michaels, Ph.D.
Carmen Ocón, Ph.D.
Jie Park, Ph.D.
Heather Roberts, Ph.D.
Raphael Rogers, Ed.D.
David Bell, Ed.D.
Jude Fernando, Ph.D.
Laurie Ross, Ph.D.
Nigel Brissett, Ph.D.
Andrea Allen, Program Adminstrator
Cindy Gabriel, Office Assistant
Community, Youth, and Education Studies Courses
Courses offered within the last 2 Academic Years