About Matthew D. Kaye
Matthew Kaye brings to his role at Sacred Heart University extensive experience in the training and supervision of volunteers, international development, as well as collaboration with faculty and organizations in the area of service learning. Prior to coming to Sacred Heart University, Matthew held positions with the United States Peace Corps, College of Education at the University of Florida, and the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. Professionally, Matthew is focused on social justice issues faced by disenfranchised communities and undergraduate student development through academically oriented reflection. He is very interested in providing SHU students with international experiences that address social and educational inequalities. His academic interests include critical race theory, critical pedagogy and cross-cultural communications. Matthew has presented at conferences nationally and internationally on topics such as critical pedagogy, English language acquisition and international development.
Matthew Kaye is advisor to the Peace Corps Club at SHU.
|2012 ‐ Present||Director Volunteer Programs & Service Learning, Sacred Heart University ‐ Office of Volunteer Programs & Service Learning|
|2012||Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University/San Diego State University (joint). ‐ Education|
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