Education, Culture, and Society Division Graduates

Where Are They Now?

M.S.Ed. Graduates

The M.S.Ed. program in Education, Culture, and Society is well suited for students interested in educational research, consulting, teaching, community advocacy, educational non-profits, practitioner-orientated inquiry, higher education, evaluation groups, community work, doctoral study, or broad leadership roles in education.  The ECS Community Canvas Site is available for current students (PennKey Required). Alumni and current students may request membership in the ECS LinkedIn group page.

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  • Associate Director, Institute for Quality & Equity in Education, Loyola University
  • Program Coordinator and Doctoral Student, Education, University of Pennsylvania
  • College Prep Specialist, The Free Library of Philadelphia
  • Lab Manager, Teacher Learning Lab, University of California, Irvine
  • Board of Directors, International Association of African Educators, Doctoral Student, University of Wisconsin
  • Mentor Coordinator, BEST Kids
  • Education Management Professional
  • Strategist, Consultant and Researcher
  • Family and Community Engagement Specialist, Baltimore City Public Schools
  • Special Projects Manager, Mastery Charter Schools
  • Regional Director of Admissions, University of Pennsylvania
  • DNP Student Services Coordinator, Widener University
  • Teacher, The Pathways Schools
  • International Education Research Specialist
  • Integrated Marketing Specialist
  • Doctoral Student, Sociology, Oxford University
  • Special Education Teacher, Mastery Charter Schools
  • HR Assistant, ZS Associates
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, The Institute for Survey Research, Temple University
  • Director of Operations
  • 7th Grade English Teacher, District of Columbia Public Schools
  • IHP Trustee Fellow, Health & Community, World Learning
  • Doctoral Student, Education, University of Pennsylvania
  • Web Content Writer, Hibu
  • Director of Research and Evaluation
  • Residential Director, Drexel University
  • Mandarin Teacher, Canterbury School
  • Doctoral Student, Education, University of Pennsylvania
  • Middle School Teacher, Friends Select
  • Higher Education Permissions Assistant, John Wiley & Sons
  • Research Assistant/Ethnographer, Netter Center for Community Partnerships, University of Pennsylvania. 

Ph.D. Graduates

The Ph.D. in Education, Culture, and Society prepares students for careers as educational researchers, particularly within universities as scholars, but also in research institutes, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. The ECS Community Canvas Site is available for current students (PennKey Required). Alumni and current students may request membership in the ECS LinkedIn group page.

Click here to view Ph.D. graduate careers.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Skidmore College (2013)
  • Director, University of Pennsylvania (2013)
  • Caperton Fellow, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University (2012)
  • Director, Life Science Alliance (2012)
  • Associate Director and Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania (2012)
  • Assistant Dean for Multicultural Affairs and Advising, University of Pennsylvania (2011)
  • Senior Orphans and Vulnerable Children Advisor, PEPFAR/ OGAC (2011)
  • Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (2011)
  • Digital Media Coordinator for the MCIS Program, Assistant Professor, Journalism and Media Studies, Rutgers University (2009)
  • Assistant Professor of Sociology, The College of Wooster (2009)
  • Assistant Professor of Education Studies, Anthropology, and Global Studies; Co-chair of Education Studies, the New School (2009)
  • Assistant Professor of Educational Studies, Carleton College (2009)
  • English Chair, William Penn Charter School (2008)
  • Assistant Professor, Stanford University (2008)
  • Assistant Professor, Arcadia University(2007)
  • Executive Director / CEO, The Lausanne Movement (2007)
  • Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, Penn State University (2007)
  • Assistant Professor of Urban Education, Teaching & Learning, Temple University (2007)
  • Assistant Professor, University of Washington (2007)
  • Social Research & Evaluation, Higher Education & Training, Organizational Capacity-Building, Project management in Afghanistan (2006)
  • Lead Researcher and Policy Analyst, United Federation of Teachers-Alliance of Charter Teachers and Staff (2006)
  • Associate Professor, Rowan University (2006)
  • Head of High School, Larchmont Charter School (2006)
  • Associate Dean for Diversity Affairs, Messiah College (2006)
  • Senior Researcher, University of Pennsylvania (2005)
  • Professor of Education, Villanova University (2005)
  • Program Director, Seton Hall University (2004)
  • Associate Professor, The College of New Jersey (2004)
  • Middle School Principal, Rye Country Day School (2004)
  • Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania (2004)
  • Assistant Professor of communication, DeSales University (2004)
  • Associate Professor, Bates College (2003)
  • Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (2003)