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Postdoctoral Researcher Dr. Cristina Zepeda Receives Networking Award for Junior Scientists

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Congratulations to Dr. Cristina Zepeda! Cristina has received a Psychonomic Society and Women in Cognitive Science Networking Award for Junior Scientists.

Rachel Martin Awarded 2021 NACEP Research Development Grant

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Congratulations to Education doctoral student Rachel Martin! She was awarded a $1,000 Research Development Grant from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).

Partnering for Restorative Justice

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Since 2014, University City High School has reduced suspensions by more than 40% and dramatically changed its school culture. Rowhea Elmesky, associate professor of education, and Olivia Marcucci, PhD ’19, helped make it happen.

Congratulations to Dr. Huan Liu for successfully defending her dissertation

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Join us in congratulating Dr. Huan Liu for successfully defending her dissertation, entitled "Text Adjuncts and Comprehension with University Level Second Language Readers"!

Department of Education is accepting applications for a non-tenure track lecturer appointment

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Stress And Depression Rising Again Among Students As School Closures Drag On

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At the start of the school year, about a quarter of high school students screened by Dr. Chris Rozek, assistant professor in the Department of Education at Washington University, showed signs of major depression. That’s double the historical average — 11% — and as the pandemic lasted into the winter, rates are increasing again, he said.

Congratulations Janet Frederick - Kornblum Scholarship

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Congratulations to Janet Frederick for receiving the Beatrice and David Kornblum Endowed Scholarship for the Fall 2020 semester! The purpose of the Kornblum Scholarship is to support graduate students who show exceptional promise in their area of study.

Reaffirming our commitment to addressing systemic racism and achieving racial equity

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As a Department, we grapple with the harsh past and current realities of US and global life, and what they mean for the current state of education. The challenge that we face as a society is daunting, but it motivates us to continue advancing educational equity wherever we work.

Education launches new Graduate Certificate Program in Higher Education

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The Graduate Certificate Program in Higher Education (GCPHE) is designed to provide an overview of historical and contemporary issues in higher education for doctoral students who wish to gain a greater understanding of higher education research, policy, assessment and/or administrative practices.

PhD Student Huan Liu Selected for 2019 Research Grant

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Congratulations Huan Liu, PhD student in Applied Linguistics in Education, for being selected by the National Council in the Teaching of Less Commonly Taught Languages for the 2019 research grant

Interview with Kelly Harris, PhD Candidate, “Mapping Asthma: The Geography of Inequality”

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Kelly Harris, a doctoral student in education, uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to identify ‘hotspots’ of childhood asthma in St. Louis.