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The 2017 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings
State Department selects Washington University to host EducationUSA Academy......again for Summer 2017
Professor Cindy Brantmeier has been named a distinguished visiting professor of applied linguistics by the School of Foreign Languages of Northeast Normal University in Changchun, China.
Professors Carol Camp Yeakey and Garrett Albert Duncan were recently featured in a debate on police body cameras.
Graduate student Haley Dolosic offers ways for other graduate students to engage during debate weekend.
Andrew C. Butler, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin, will present the talk "Applying the Science of Learning to Educational Practice" on Mon, Sept 26 at Noon in Seigle 148.
Professor Garrett Albert Duncan recently published an invited article in The Crime Report on Michael Brown and Black Lives Matter.
Ebony Omotola McGee, Ph.D. and Assistant Prof. of Diversity and Urban Schooling at Vanderbilt Univ, will deliver a talk entitled “From Resilience to Decolonization: Evolving Interpretations of Black Students in STEM Fields” Mon, Sept 12 in Umrath Hall.
Andrew D. Cohen, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota, will deliver a lecture titled Fluctuation in Language Strategy Functions, and then a workshop titled Learning Pragmatics from Nonnative Teachers. See flyer for details.
Thanks to a collaborative effort from Arts & Sciences’ Summer School Programs and our Department of Education, Washington University is one of 10 American higher education institutions chosen from among 50 to host the EducationUSA Academy.
Congratulations to doctoral student Ming Yen who received the Dr. Eugene Owen Scholarship to participate in the 2016 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research.
Congratulations to Ashley Macrander who will become the Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Affairs at Washington University.
Cindy Brantmeier is in China receiving an honor of Distinguished Visiting Professor and will give the plenary for the anniversary of the School of Foreign Languages at Northeast Normal Univ. Grad students Haley, Huan and Weih Cheih are also presenting.
Congratulations to Professor Odis Johnson who was awarded a $617,202 NSF grant, and is the sole PI, for his project titled "Race-Gender Trajectories in Engineering: The Role of Social Control Across Neighborhood and School Contexts."
On April 21, Professor Crystal T. Laura of Chicago State University will present a talk titled “Teaching for Love, toward Justice, with Joy: An Intimate Approach to Educational Work.” From 4p‐5:30p at Seigle Hall 204.
On April 22-23, Professor Odis Johnson will participate in a symposium at Yale titled The Inner City School: Inequality and Urban Education.
Congratulations to Dean William F. Tate and Professor Carol Camp Yeakey who were elected to the National Academy of Education.
On March 31, Dr. Lewis-McCoy will speak at a symposium titled Structural Racism, Power and Privilege: Residential Segregation and School Resegregation. The event is in Hurst Lounge, Duncker Hall Room 201 and begins at 10:00am.
On April 5, Bill VanPatten of Michigan State University will deliver a lecture titled "Why Explicit Learning Doesn’t Lead to Acquisition." 4:00pm in Lab Sciences 300
On May 6, Professor Odis Johnson will speak at a commemoration entitled, "The State of Unequal Educational Opportunity: The Coleman Report 50 Years Later." The event is co-hosted by Brown University, Harvard University and the University of Michigan.