An Ethics of Higher Education Responsibilities
Charlotte Achieng-Evensen, Janae Dimick, Ndindi Kitonga, Maryann Krikorian, Kevin Stockbridge and Barry Kanpol
Charlotte Achieng-Evensen is a Kenyan -American doctoral student in education at Chapman University. She has taught in the K–12 system for the past sixteen years, spending eight of those years as an educator in Papua, New Guinea. Currently, she serves her school district as a teacher specialist. Her research interests lie in indigenous philosophies and culturally responsive research methodologies, as well as professional development for teacher practice.
Janae Dimick is a PhD student at Chapman University, where she serves as the managing editor of Issues in Teacher Education. Before starting her doctoral studies, she earned her BA in anthropology and MA in English, both at California State University, Fullerton. She currently teaches developmental writing at multiple community colleges. Her research areas are related to Critical Animal Studies, human-animal studies, ecopedagogy, and social justice. She lives with four dogs—all of whom are rescues—and her very patient husband in Southern California.
Barry Kanpol is a professor of Educational Foundations at Indiana University Purdue University, Fort Wayne. In the past, he has held chair and dean leadership positions. He has also published more than a dozen books and seventy-five articles. His primary research agendas revolve round the role of higher education ← 129 | 130 → in a growing neo-liberal society as well as the function of pre- and in-service teachers as they struggle within the current strict national accountability movement. Barry is married and has four children.
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