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Inclusive Elementary Program Featured in “Impact”

Christine Ashby, associate professor of inclusive education in the Department of Teaching and Leadership, and Sara Soldovieri ’18 G’19 are featured in the Winter 2018-2019 issue of Impact from the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota. They both spoke to the unique strengths of the Inclusive Elementary and Special Education (Grades 1-6),...
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School of Education Creates Opportunity for Master’s Students through New Scholarships

The School of Education is providing new funding opportunities for graduate students who begin select master’s degrees in summer or fall 2019. Through a combination of scholarships, grants and other funding, students can receive a 60-75 percent discount on the total tuition cost of a master’s degree in several education and counseling areas. “These scholarships...
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School of Education launches interdisciplinary minor in Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice

The School of Education has created a new minor in Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice that prepares students to be engaged citizens, advocates, scholars, and leaders in a changing global society. This interdisciplinary minor, open to all Syracuse University undergraduate students, provides a background in the Holocaust, other global atrocities and human...
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Health and Exercise Science Delivers Hands-On Research Opportunities

A growing number of undergraduates are choosing Health and Exercise Science as a major as the programs offer diverse opportunities for learning. At the beginning of her sophomore year, Jessica Pascolla ’19 began conducting research in the Muscle Biology Laboratory on South Campus. A year ago, as a junior, the health and exercise science major...
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Ashby Talks Special Education Teacher Prep with Education Week

Christy Ashby, associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Leadership, spoke to Education Week for their article “Special Education a Growing Priority in Teacher-Training Circles,” part of a focus collection on Special Education: Practice and Pitfalls. Ashby spoke to the strength of the School of Education not having separate special education programs, but instead embedding...
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Tuition Support for Master’s Degree Programs through Orange Family Scholarship

Children of Syracuse University faculty and staff members who have graduated within the last five years and enroll into any School of Education master’s degree program are eligible for the Orange Family Scholarship. The School of Education Orange Family Scholarship will cover 25 percent of the cost of tuition for any of the school’s 25 master’s programs...
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School of Education Offers New Graduate Scholarship Initiative

The Syracuse University School of Education announces a new scholarship initiative that will provide master’s tuition support for the children of Syracuse University employees. The Orange Family Scholarship will offer funding covering 25% of the cost of tuition to children of Syracuse University faculty and staff members who have graduated from their undergraduate degree programs within the...
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Dr. Murray Grossman ’43 Honored by Son with Creation of Endowed Scholarship Fund

An alumnus is being honored by his son who has established a scholarship in his father’s name to support student-athletes pursuing graduate work in education or service-based fields. The $1.5 million endowment is being provided by Brian Grossman in honor of his father, Dr. Murray Grossman ’43, G’45, who served as medical consultant to Syracuse...
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School of Education and Newhouse co-host NYC lecture by international expert on media literacy

British media educator David Buckingham will speak on critical thinking in the digital media age in The Douglas Biklen Landscape of Urban Education Series at 91 Horatio in New York City Wednesday, February 15. Buckingham, an Emeritus Professor at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom, has published 30 books and 250 articles about media, young...
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IDD&E Offers New Program in Designing Digital Dnstruction

In response to the growing demand for instructional designers—from both on campus and off—the School of Education’s Department of Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation (IDD&E) has created an online certificate of advanced studies in Designing Digital Instruction. The CAS will help students develop competencies required to design digital learning resources and effective and efficient online or e-learning...
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