Forrest C. Crawford,Ed.D. Professor Teacher Education--A native of Oklahoma,Forrest has been at Weber professionally for 38 years.Before then,he was with the Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools as Counselor and Researcher.His early career at Weber began in the Division of Student Affairs but has taught in WSU's Teacher Education Department since 1990.He administratively served as the Universities first Assistant to the President for Institutional Diversity for over 13 years,was instrumental in inspiring the "Venture Project for the Humanities" and founded the WSU Annual American Indian Symposium.A notable awards winner and international lecture,Forrest founded several local Non-Governmental Organizations and was elected two-terms as Secretary General to the International Society for Teacher Education.His publication/research areas are:Critical Multiculturalism,Human Rights Education,Critical Pedagogy and Applied Classroom/Community-based Activism.
Education Doctorate-Brigham Young University 1990
Education Specialist-Brigham Young University 1986
Master in Social Work-University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work 1977
Bachelor of Science-Sociology(social work)Weber State College 1975