Adriann Wycoff

Degree: Ph.D.

Professor - Chicana/o Studies, Co-Principal Investigator - College Assistance Migrant Program, Director - Family Literacy Program

Department: Chicana/o Studies

Adriann Wycoff

Topics

Bilingual - Spanish Education Immigration Latino Issues Spanish Teacher Education Women's Issues

Expertise

  • Community-based education programs
  • Family literacy
  • Migrant education issues
  • Nontraditional education
  • Latino literature (poetry emphasis)
  • Women and poverty

About

Adriann Wycoff, Ph.D., is a professor of Chicana/o Studies and holds a courtesy appointment as an associate professor of Women’s Studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Apart from teaching she is also Director of the MSU Denver Family Literacy Program and Co-Principal Investigator of the College Assistance Migrant Program. She has more than thirty years’ experience in community-based, non-traditional education. Her responsibilities have included teaching, program administration, curriculum development, grant writing, community outreach and public relations. Wycoff holds a B.A. in Spanish from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, also in Spanish.

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