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Kyriacopoulos, Konstantine A.


Konstantine Kyriacopoulos, Ph.D., is currently a faculty member at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Watson College of Education. Dr. Kyriacopoulos’ research interests include critical racial theory, social justice pedagogy, diversity inclusion, and civic activism. Dr. Kyriacopoulos has taught university students for 4 years, elementary school for 9 years, the last 7 with Seattle Public Schools where he was involved in iEARN, the Urban League and developing mathematical thinking with minority youth. He received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Earlham College, Master’s degree and teaching certificate from Pacific Oaks College, and Ph.D. in multicultural education from the University of Washington Seattle.

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