Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project
"The Education Project”
Who We Are
The MSU Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project of the College of Education and Human Services offers resources and programs dedicated to eradicating racism and prejudice in order to create a healthier, better educated, and more just society.
This project brings together MSU’s outstanding faculty, renowned teacher education program, and the cutting edge technology of the ADP Center to offer antiracist teacher training and professional development.
Our goal is to connect the local history, politics, and culture of New Jersey to global human rights education including historical subjects like the Holocaust and contemporary instances of injustice based on race, religion, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity.
The Education Project is a collaborative project of MSU and the NJ Commission on Holocaust Education.
Educational Resources for Social Justice Advocates
The MSU Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project is pleased to offer educational resources including books and films. These materials are available in our ADP Center for Teacher Education and Learning Technology. The ADP Center is located on the ground floor of University Hall. Parking is available for a fee in the Red Hawk Deck on campus.
Please check out our full list of antiracist books and films
Professional Development and Events
The Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project hosts conferences, film screenings, and professional development workshops for educators. Please check back for announcements of upcoming events.
For a complete list of local antiracist education programs affiliated with the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education, please visit: http://www.state.nj.us/education/holocaust/programs/workshops/
MSU Student Internships
The MSU Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project is accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate student internships in human rights education in the fall and spring semesters. This is an unpaid internship that offers up to three credits of independent study. Interns will have the opportunity to help with conference planning, develop anti-racist teaching kits, and research and report on a particular aspect of human rights education. Interns must be enrolled in a degree program at MSU. Applications should include a letter of intent outlining the area of human rights education of interest to the student, an unofficial transcript, and the name and contact information of two professional references.
For further questions or to apply for an internship, please contact the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project Director Dr. Zoë Burkholder at firstname.lastname@example.org