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WARREN LESLIE CHALKLEN, Ph.D.

Cape Town, South Africa

+27 71 044 0531

wchalklen@gmail.com

www.warrenlchalklen.com

EDUCATION

Ph.D.

M.P.A

.

Curriculum and Instruction, Urban

Education

Public Administration, Nonprofit

Management

Texas A&M University 2015

Texas A&M University 2013

B.Ed. English and IsiZulu University of Witwatersrand 2010

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2018 - Present Executive Director, ​Unogwaja Charitable Trust, Cape Town,

South Africa

2016 - 2017 Data Associate, ​Educators for Excellence, New York City

2016 Adjunct Professor, ​Department of Teaching Learning and

Culture, College of Education and Human Development

(CEHD), Texas A&M University

2015 Visiting Scholar, ​LT Jordan Institute for International Affairs,

Memorial Student Center (MSC), Texas A&M University

2015 Graduate Assistant, Research, ​Department of Teaching

Learning and Culture, College of Education and Human

Development (CEHD), Texas A&M University

2015 Graduate Assistant, Research, ​Bush School of Government,

Texas A&M University

2014 - 2015 Lecturer​, Department of Teaching Learning and Culture,

College of Education and Human Development (CEHD), Texas

A&M University

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2013 - 2014 Teaching Assistant​, Department of Teaching Learning and

Culture, College of Education and Human Development

(CEHD), Texas A&M University

2012 - 2013 Graduate Assistant Non-Teaching​, GLBT Resource Center,

Office of the Dean of Student Life, Texas A&M University

2011 - 2012 Graduate Assistant, Research, ​Department of Teaching

Learning and Culture, College of Education and Human

Development (CEHD), Texas A&M University

2011 Teacher​, Saheti School, Senderwood Johannesburg, South

Africa

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Urban Education, Critical Race Theory, South African Education, Culturally

Responsive Teaching, Qualitative Research

GRANTS AND MONETARY AWARDS

Texas International Education Grant. Texas International Education Organization.

2015 ($1,000)

Lechner Scholar Award, Texas A&M University, 2014 ($5,000)

Diversity Speakers Series. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, 2013

($300).

George and Barbara Bush Fellowship, 2013

Diversity Speakers Series. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, 2012

($300).

PUBLICATIONS

Featured Articles

1. Etchells, M. J., Deuermeyer, E., Liles, V., Meister, S., Itzel Suarez, M.,

Chalklen, W. L.​ (2017). White male privilege: An intersectional

deconstruction. ​Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies​. 4 (2), 13-27.

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2. Etchells, M. J., ​Chalklen, W. L.​, Burlbaw, L. M. (2016). Texas A&M

University’s Academic Building as an incubator of knowledge and tradition.

Electronic International Journal of Education, Arts, and Science​. 2 (Special

Issue), 117-130.

3. Hill-Jackson, V., ​Chalklen, W.​, & Kuo, S. (2016) Can online learning be

meaningful? Findings from a year-long undergraduate humanities course.

Teaching with Technology Journal (TWTJ)​, College Station, Texas

Book Chapters

1. Chalklen, W. (2018) How White Pre-Service Teachers Perceive Their Black

Students and Supervising Teacher in Rural South African Schools. In Carter,

N., & Vavrus, M. (2018). ​Intersectionality of race, ethnicity, class and gender

in teaching and teacher education: Movement toward equity in education​.

Amsterdam: Brill Publishers

2. Carter, N., ​Chalklen, W.​, & Zungu B. (2017) Re-Rooting Roots: The South

African Perspective. In Ball, E., & Jackson, K. C. (2017). ​Reconsidering

roots: Race, politics, and memory​. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

PRESENTATIONS

1. Chalklen, W., ​& Morrero, S. ​Critical Examination of race, gender, class and

ethnicity in urban educational settings​. American Education Research

Association (AERA), Philadelphia, PA, March 2014.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2017 Co-Chair, ​Diversity Council, Educators For Excellence

2016-2017 Researcher, ​EmpowerEd

2014-2015 Vice President, ​Graduate Student Council, Department of

Teaching, Learning and Culture, Texas A&M University

2012-2013 Co-Chair, ​Student Government Association, Diversity

Committee, Bush School of Government, Texas A&M University

2010 President, ​Student Government Association, Education

Students Council, University of Witwatersrand

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2008-2009 Vice-President, ​Student Government Association, Education

Students Council, University of Witwatersrand

REFERENCES

Dr. Norvella Carter, ​Former​ ​Endowed Chair In Urban Education at Texas A&M

University​, ​ncarter@tamu.edu​ (281) 788-4388

Dr. Kellie Carter-Jackson, ​Assistant Professor of Africana Studies​ at ​Wellesley

College,​ ​kjackso6@wellesley.edu​ (832) 799-4137

Dr. Marlon James, ​Associate Professor Texas A&M University, ​mjames@tamu.edu

(832) 952-7322

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