Bernardo Gallegos

Administrative Experience


President, Organization of Educational Historians, 2014-2015.

President-elect, Society of Professors of Education, 2013-2015.


Program Chair/Coordinator, Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, Chicago, 2014

Board President, Arts in Action Charter School, 2012-2014.


Program Lead, School of Education, National University, Los Angeles Campus. Since 2010.

Director, Ed.D in Educational Leadership Initiative, National University, 2010

Founder and Organizer, Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Pullman Washington, 2004 to 2007 

President, American Educational Studies Association. 1996-1997.

President, History of Reading, International Reading Association SIG. 1995-1996. 

Coordinator, MA Program in Educational Foundations, California State University, Los Angeles. 1989-1999. 

Program Chair/Coordinator, American Educational Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal. 1996.

Bernardo Gallegos

Education

Ph.D., Education, University of New Mexico, 1988.

M.A., Education, University of New Mexico, 1980.

​B.S., Sociology, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse, 1974.

Bernardo Gallegos

Academic Experience


Professor of Educational Foundations, School of Education, National University, Los Angeles Campus. Since 2008. 

Distinguished Professor, Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology, Washington State University. 2004-2007.

Professor, Policy Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago.1999-2004. 

Professor, California State University, Los Angeles, Division of Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies. 1997-1999.

Associate Professor, California State University, Los Angeles, Division of Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies. 1992-1996.

Assistant Professor, California State University, Los Angeles, Division of Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies. 1987-1991. 

Instructor, University of New Mexico, Department of American Studies, and Department of Curriculum and Instruction in Multicultural Teacher Education. 1985-1987.

Graduate Assistant, University of New Mexico, Latin American Programs in Education. 1985.

Graduate Assistant, University of New Mexico, Multicultural Education Center. 1984-1985.

Graduate Assistant, University of New Mexico, Manzanita Reading Laboratory. 1981-1984.

Supervisor of Student Teachers, University of New Mexico, Department of Elementary Education. 1981.

Teacher, English and Reading, Belen Junior High School, Belen, New Mexico. 1980.

​Teacher, Humanities and Reading, Cuba Middle School, Cuba, New Mexico. 1978-1979.

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Professor of Educational Foundations, Teacher Education, and Indigenous Educational History.