St. John’s University's Department of Student Life,
Office of the Provost, Discover New York and Core
Curriculum, Student Government, Inc. and the President's
Multicultural Advisory Committee co-sponsor the Fall 2006 Academic
Dr. William F. Tate
Department Chair and Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University
Professor in Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St.
“The Fourteenth Amendment, Opportunity and
American Education: Who is my Neighbor?“
A Forum on the American Experience and the U.S. Constitution
Professor Tate addresses the law associated with the Fourteenth
Amendment from the matter of constitutional law and the legacy of
“separate but equal“ in education.
William F. Tate is Department Chair and Edward Mallinckrodt
Distinguished University Professor in Arts and Sciences at
Washington University in St. Louis.
Professor Tate holds additional Arts and Sciences academic
appointments in American Culture Studies, Applied Statistics and
Computation and Urban Studies. He is chair of the executive
committee of the Center on Urban Research and Public Policy. He
serves as the principal investigator and project director of the
St. Louis Center for Inquiry in Science Teaching and Learning
(CISTL). Professor Tate is co-principal investigator of the
National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems
(NCCRESt), a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education's
Office of Special Education Programs.
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
12:15 – 1:20 p.m. (Common Hour)
Donovan Community Room, Queens Campus
Please RSVP to this event with our registration
Department of Student Life