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’Cuse Awards Honor School of Education Student-Athletes

’Cuse Awards celebrate the success of all Syracuse University student-athletes and Orange teams, and the School of Education was well-represented among 2022’s awardees. At the 16th annual awards, held on...
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SCSD, SU School of Education to Explore Social Justice Through Math at May 7 Event

What do food justice and Interstate 81 in Syracuse have to do with math? Explore this and other local social justice questions at a unique and interactive experience—featuring music, food,...
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Rabia Razzaq G’23 Wins 2022 Intelligence++ Inclusive Design Competition

Multidisciplinary designer and master’s degree student Rabia Razzaq has won the 2022 Intelligence++ Showcase Competition, held in the Whitman School of Management on April 26, 2022. The interdisciplinary competition—which encourages...
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LSAMP Scholars Present at 2022 Research Symposium

The two-part Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Symposium featured poster presentations by student researchers on April 22 and oral presentations on April 27, 2022. Held in Sims Hall...
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Syracuse University and the School of Education Awards 2022 Tolley Medal to Allen Berger ’57, G’66

Literacy expert and advocate Allen Berger ’57, G’66 will be honored with the William Pearson Tolley Medal for Adult Education and Lifelong Learning at the 2022 One University Awards on...
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McNair Scholars Hold Two-Day Research Symposium

Covering topics from socializing baby mice and “The Bootyshort Revolution” to vaccine hesitancy and the works of Roman historian Sallust, the McNair Scholars Research Symposium kicked off April 15, 2022,...
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InclusiveU Student Christopher Catroppa ’22 to Launch “King Arthur” Audiobook on May 2, 2022

InclusiveU student Christopher Catroppa ’22 will launch his new audiobook King Arthur and the Book of Corbenic on May 2, 2022, with production help from Sound Beat: Access Audio. The...
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Symposium on Anti-Asian Violences to Feature Professors Michael Gill and Susan Thomas

Professors Michael Gill and Susan Thomas of the School of Education’s Department of Cultural Foundations of Education (CFE) will feature in a March 24-25 symposium interrogating the histories and trajectories...
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School of Education Co-Sponsored (Dis)courses Kick Off March 8 with Shayda Kafai

Hosted by the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach at the Burton Blatt Institute and Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature—and co-sponsored by Syracuse University School of Education—the...
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School of Education Announces Annual Atrocity Studies Lecture on “Climate Change and International Security: The Case of the Sahel”

During the 2022 Atrocity Studies Annual Lecture—presented by the Syracuse University School of Education—a panel of experts in environmental politics, law and security, and environmental peacebuilding will address climate change...
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