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Shannon-Baker appointed to MMIRA Board of Directors

Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D.

Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations and Reading, was appointed to the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) Board of Directors. MMIRA aims to create an international community to promote interdisciplinary mixed methods research. The mission of the Association is to engage with the international community to support mixed methods research. Shannon-Baker will serve a one-year term.

Shannon-Baker is a new faculty member that joined the College of Education this fall. She earned a doctorate in educational studies from the University of Cincinnati where she also served as a faculty and staff member for eight years. Shannon-Baker also led several study abroad programs in k-8 schools in both Tanzania and Ecuador. Her research interests include critical international education, global multicultural education, teacher education, socio-cultural foundations of education, sociology of education, social justice education and philosophy of education.


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