Anthony B. Mitchell, Sr., EdD

Assistant Teaching Professor of African and African American Studies
Co-founder - African American Male Mentoring Program (AAMMP)
Office Phone: 412-675-9044
Office Location: Main Building 102
Mailing Address:
Penn State Greater Allegheny, 4000 University Drive, McKeesport, PA 15132

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Dr. Mitchell possesses a broad background in adult and continuing education, African American history, and educating African American males. His research and publications examine African American educational leadership, African American oral history, educating African American males, and Afrocentric education.  

Teaching Interests:
West African social and musical history, history of the civil rights movement, 20th century African American politics and leadership

Class Class Title Days & Times Room
AF AM 100 Living While Black Wednesdays, 6-9pm Main Building 207
AF AM 409 Inequality in America Wed. or Thur., 2:30- 5:30pm Main Building 206
AFR/HIST 191 Early African History Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00pm Main Building 207
C&I 295A Intro. Field Experience By Appointment Main Building 102
ED THP 115A Issues in Amer. Education Mondays, 6-9pm Main Building 207
Office Hours   Mon., 4-6pm; Wed., 1-2pm., Thur., 4-6pm Main Building 102
Research Interests
African American adult education history, African American oral history, Black male achievement, and Afrocentric/culturally responsive education