Professor and Director of Inclusive Curriculum, Division of Student Affairs & Campus
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Norah Shultz completed her graduate studies (M.A., Ph.D.) at Bryn Mawr College. Her initial research centered on the intersection of volunteerism and aging and was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. Her scholarly interests quickly began to focus on multiculturalism in education, now more often referred to as diversity and inclusion, and resulted in the edited volume Challenges of Multicultural Education: Teaching & Taking Diversity Courses (with Jeffrey Shultz). This line of inquiry developed into work related to the relationship of multiculturalism to internationalization in global curricula. In 2011, Dr. Shultz served as a faculty consultant for the Association of American Colleges & Universities’ Shared Futures Summer Institute. Her recent scholarship has focused more broadly on undergraduate student success.