Bernardo P Gallegos
Professor of Educational Foundations, Teacher Education, and Indigenous Educational History.
Editorial Board, National Association of Secondary School Principles Bulletin. 2005-2008
Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Critical Studies on Business and Society. 2007-current.
Editorial Advisory Board. Journal of Latinos and Education. (current)
Editorial Advisory Board. Journal of Multicultural Education. (current)
Editorial Advisory Board. Journal of Thought. (current)
Editorial Advisory Board. The Initiative Anthology: An Electronic Journal About Leadership, Culture, and Schooling. (current)
Editorial Advisory Board. Educational Studies. 1996-2004.
NCATE Examiner. National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Council for Social Foundations in Education. Member. 1994-1996
President. American Educational Studies Association, 1996/1997.
Program Chair. American Educational Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal, 1996.
President. History of Reading Association, International Reading Association SIG, 1995.
Manuscript Reviewer: St. Martin Press, Longman Publishers, and Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1992-2004.
Adult Literacy Committee. International Reading Association, 1992-1993.
Program Committee. 1993 American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference.
Editorial Advisory Board. Educational Studies. 1991 - 1993.
Editorial Advisory Board. Journal of Reading. International Reading Association. (1989-1992)
Advisory Board. Program in the History of the Book in American Culture. American Antiquarian Society. 1995-1997.
Advisory Board. Hispanic Media Group. 1991-1992.
Curriculum Consultant. Opportunity USA: The Discovery Series. Adult Literacy Project Sponsored by: "We the People of Los Angeles" and the office of the Mayor of Los Angeles. 1989/90.
Consultant. Herencia: The Atrisco Community Oral History Project. Southwest Hispanic Research Institute. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Spring, 1987.
Consultant/Writer. Native American Curriculum Writing Project. New Mexico Indian Education Association. Albuquerque, New Mexico. June, 1986.