Meet James Daniels ’21: ‘I Want to Teach Because Students Deserve to Learn How to Embrace Their Identities’
James Daniels ’21 wants to cultivate youth voices by teaching them how to embrace their identities. His involvement in the College of Education has prepared him to do just that, and he will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in middle grades English Language Arts and social studies education in May 2021.
Undergraduate Students Inspired by College of Education Faculty While Engaging in Research Work Through PEP Program
Undergraduate students Martia Williams ‘22 and James Daniels ‘21 share what they have learned and how College of Education faculty have inspired them as they participate in the PEP program, which offers a unique opportunity to engage in research work.