Jill Zarestky, an assistant professor in the School of Education, is part of a team that received a National Science Foundation grant to study STEM learning at biological field stations.
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The roles and responsibilities of a principal are changing drastically in any typical day. On Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. EDT, the “Principals as Transformation Leaders: Changing Roles and Responsibilities” webinar will explore these changes and how they impact the day-to-day work of a principal.
School of Education Professor Carole Makela shares some tips on credit scores in this article originally published on WalletHub.
New School of Education assistant professor OiYan Poon’s research focuses on the racial politics of college access policies and affirmative action in particular, especially among Asian Americans.
New School of Education professor Dafina-Lazarus Stewart’s scholarly interests and research generally focus on issues of equity, inclusion, and justice in the context of experiences of minoritized populations at colleges and universities.
The Diversity Symposium’s one-day education track on Thursday, Sept. 28 centers on diversity and inclusion-focused pedagogical practices and evidence-based research, delivered by speakers including current students, alumni, faculty and staff from the School.
Part one of a four-part series exploring the experience of Semester at Sea through the eyes of School of Education faculty member Jody Donovan offers an overview of Semester at Sea.
Assistant Professor Susana Muñoz and Student Affairs in Higher Education faculty member David McKelfresh have assumed co-leadership of the Higher Education Leadership doctoral specialization.
Katrina Boschmann recently graduated from the School of Education’s Counseling and Career Development master’s degree program, a program she said helped her to add skills and knowledge that support her natural inclinations to help others.
Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. “People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher,” she said. “I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind.”