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Congratulations to graduate student Haley Dolosic who received Second Place in Social Sciences and Humanities at the GSS's 21st Annual Graduate Research Symposium.
The Department of Education and the Brown School of Social Work will hold an information session on Wed, Feb 10 at 4:15pm in Seigle 148, to discuss the new joint degree program combining the Master of Arts in Education and the Master of Social Work.
The Ampersand recently profiled Rowhea Elmesky and Olivia Marcucci and their work to promote better communication between students and teachers at University City High School.
The 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration will be Monday, January 18, in Graham Chapel. Dept of Education undergraduate Jonathan Williford, President of the Association of Black Students, is a student leader co-host.
Professor Garrett Albert Duncan was interviewed by the Christian Science Monitor for a story on Missouri student-athlete activism.
Professor Cindy Brantmeier was profiled in the Record for her work with second language learners at Oak Hill Elementary in south St. Louis.
Associate Chair Odis Johnson Jr. will moderate an event titled School to Prison Pipeline on Nov 18 at 5p in CDI.
Congratulations for Professor Mary Ann Dzuback who will chair the new Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department.
Congratulations to Professor Rowhea Elmesky who has joined the Faculty Fellows Program at the Institute for School Partnership.
Associate Chair, Odis Johnson Jr. along with Assistant Professors Cassandra Arroyo-Johnson and Melody S. Goodman received a Public Health Cubed seed grant for their proposal "Fatal Interactions with Police: Investigating Racial Bias."
Professor Cindy Brantmeier has been appointed Co-Editor of Reading in a Foreign Language, a leading journal for empirical research in the field with an acceptance rate of approximately 10%. The journal remains housed at the University of Hawaii.
Professor Garrett Duncan will give a City Seminar talk titled "At the Risk of Seeming Ridiculous: Recasting ‘Black Lives Matter' in the Contemporary Popular Imagination" on Thurs, Nov 5 from noon–1:30 in Busch Hall 18.
Assistant professor Ebony Duncan will give a talk titled "Race, Choice, and Enduring Inequities in Education" for the Women’s Society of Washington University. Oct. 20 at 10am.
Professor Odis Johnson will participate in the Americanist Dinner Forum on Sept. 24 exploring the past year of the Black Lives Movement.
Professor Garrett Albert Duncan will speaker at City Seminar, a colloquium series presented by American Culture Studies Program, on Thursday, Oct 8 at noon in Busch Hall, Rm 18.
Professor Nick Ellis of the University of Michigan will conduct a workshop and lecture on language acquisition on September 25. See flyer for full details.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Thorne-Wallington who will participate in the Future of American K-12 Education Working Group at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington D.C.
Congratulations to Dean William Tate who received the 2015 Distinguished Contributions to Social Contexts in Education Research-Lifetime Achievement Award from AERA-Division G.
Professor Odis Johnson’s chapter, "Race-Gender Inequality across Residential and School Contexts: What can Policy Do?", has been selected as an Outstanding Author Contribution in the 2015 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
Congratulations to Professor Cindy Brantmeier who was appointed to AERA's Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education.