Educational Studies at Rhodes College strives to advance justice, democracy, and equity in underserved public schools, particularly in Memphis, through our interdisciplinary programs, partnerships, scholarship, and advocacy.
Educational Studies and the educators and advocates we prepare engage theory and research while embedded in our schools and communities in order to promote understandings of problems and strategies for change that transform schools in the service of justice.
For more information about the Educational Studies program, visit our Educational Studies microsite.
A complete listing of the staff and faculty, including their specialties, for the Educational Studies Program.
Faculty & Staff
Associate Professor of Educational Studies
Associate Professor and Chair of Educational Studies
Teacher Licensure Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Elementary Literacy
Professor of Psychology; Dean for Curricular Development
Assistant Professor and Associate Chair of Educational Studies
Professor Emeritus of Psychology