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Ph.D., McGill University
Ed. M., Columbia University, TC
M.A., Columbia University, TC
B.A., New York University
Pierre M. Lubin is a seasoned international educator with more than 20 years of experience in the field of education and the applied discipline of organizational psychology. Prior to joining Saint Francis College’s Education Department, Dr. Lubin taught in the New York City public school system for 14 years; taught in the educational leadership and teacher education programs at McGill University in Montreal, Canada; and was also a faculty member of the American University of the Caribbean in Les Cayes, Haiti. He has also helped to train and develop a number of young leaders through his collaboration with Georgetown University’s Youth Ambassador Program.
After his honorable service in the United States Marine Corps, he went on to earn a B.A. degree in psychology from New York University; an M.A. degree in international educational development with specialization in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University; an Ed.M. degree in comparative education with specialization in organizational psychology still from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a Ph.D. degree in educational studies from McGill University.
Doctor Lubin has certification in both special education and school administration and supervision. He also specializes in the following areas: teacher education; educational leadership; special education; curriculum and teaching; organizational psychology; urban education; Haitian education, culture, and politics; comparative and international educational development; language of instruction policy; culturally responsive pedagogy; anti-racism education; human rights education; and organizational change. As an international educator—who has trained many parents, educators, and leaders in different parts of the world—his work focuses on academic justice and success for all learners.