Brian D. Schultz
Professor and Chair
Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies
EDFN 203: Laboratory in Educational Foundations EDFN 205: Social Foundations of Education EDFN 305: Philosophical & Historical Foundations of Public Education EDFN 312: Seminar in Current Education Literature EDFN 313: Problems, Issues, and Practice in Education EDFN 405: Development of Educational Thought EDFN 420A: Contemporary Issues In Middle Level Education EDFN 421: Middle School Advising and Counseling HONORS ZFDN 312: Honors Seminar in Current Education Literature HONORS ZHON 360: Honors Seminar in Research & Creative Processes

Curriculum & Instruction
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Elementary Education (Focus: Experiential Learning and Social Studies)
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Psychology (Thematic Sequence: Educational Leadership)
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio


Brian D. Schultz is professor and chair of the Department of Educational Inquiry & Curriculum Studies at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. His research focuses on students and teachers theorizing together, developing integrated curriculum based on the students' priority concerns, and curriculum as social action and public pedagogy. He is particularly interested in encouraging pre-service and practicing teachers to create democratic and progressive educational ideals in historically marginalized neighborhoods. 

LWH 4011, Northeastern Illinois University-EICS
5500 N. Saint Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Office Hours
By appointment