Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee

The Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee of the Department of Educational Psychology is a multicultural team of students and faculty members. EMAC and the Department of Educational Psychology are committed to increasing its minority graduate enrollment. American racial/ethnic minority and international applicants who are willing to rigorously pursue a masters, educational specialist, or doctoral degree are urged to apply. Upon request, your application will reviewed by EMAC, which will give serious consideration to each applicant and recommend promising students to the graduate admission committee.

A Sampling of EMAC Activities:

  • People for Change Sensitivity Workshop
  • Student-Faculty Authorship Guidelines
  • Annual EMAC Luncheon
  • ETS Item Writing Workshop
  • Mediation Training
  • Peacemaker... Peacebreakers Community Outreach Project
  • Recruitment Posters

  • EMAC Presentation

    Contact Information:

    Lawrence Chatters
    President, EMAC

    Scott Frohn
    Graduate Assistant, EMAC

Upcoming Events

  • September
    EMAC Meeting
    Guest Speakers: Drs. David Moshman & Robert Brown
    Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
    249 Teachers College Hall @ 2:00pm
  • October
    EMAC Big Event
    Presenter: Tyre McDowell, LPS HS Graduation Initiative Coordinator
    Thursday, October 18th, 2012
    124 Henzlik Hall @ 4:30pm