Maegan Ruiz Accepted into Researcher Development Program
Kappa Delta Pi Awarded Women's Society Grant
KDP grant continues funding Ritenour bilingual classroom.
Da’juantay Wynter, Educational Studies major, writes "Is Education the Universal Escape From Poverty?” for the Wash U Political Review
"It’s a heavy burden to bear, especially as I come to recognize through this exceptional education that I am getting here at WashU, that my personal success is not enough to change the conditions that so many members of my community back home and across the country continue to face."
Hear Dr. Lisa Gilbert Interviewed for St. Louis On the Air
Missouri places top 3 in book bans, while lawmakers brandish flamethrowers
Dr. Lisa Gilbert interviewed for STL Today: On eve of Banned Books Week, St. Louis-area libraries become battlegrounds in culture wars
[Gilbert] says “we cannot be neutral about the foundational values of our democracies.” As a diverse nation with citizens who have different viewpoints, the “freedom to explore our viewpoints together is fundamental to our democracy. If we don’t have that, our democracy is threatened.”
Maegan Ruiz Named INTERACT Incubator Fellow
The purpose of the INTERACT Incubator is to identify research needs for studying teaching practices that improve equity in STEM, and to solidify a detailed design plan for infrastructure to address these needs comprehensively, and at scale.
Why 'cultural mismatch' alone can’t explain the hyper-disciplining of Black students
Danika Strayhorn and Amanda Young, Educational Studies Majors, Present Research at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
Sophie Devincenti, Educational Studies Alum, Now Gephardt Institute Engagement Specialist
Education Faculty and Graduates honored during Inaugural Danforth St. Louis Confluence Conference
Dr. Andy Butler, Dr. Rowhea Elmesky, Dr. Carol Camp-Yeakey, Dr. Jason Jabbari, and Dr. Kelly Harris among award finalists at the William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Awards.
Emille Taylor awarded the Switzer Leadership Award from the Women’s Society
The Women’s Society of Washington University presented the Harriet K. Switzer Leadership Award and the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship to three exceptional students at its annual membership meeting, held April 12 in Knight Hall’s Emerson Auditorium.