Category: Alumni

DeBorah A. Little ’14, G’16 Named Vice Chair of the Syracuse University School of Education Advisory Board

Entrepreneur, public servant, philanthropist, motivational speaker, and author DeBorah A. Little ’14, G’16 will become the next Vice Chair of Syracuse University School of Education’s (SOE) Advisory Board.  As Vice...
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Reflections: Marie Wiles G’96

In the Reflections series, the School of Education asks alumni to look back on their distinguished and fascinating lives and careers. Holding a Ph.D. (1996) from Syracuse University School of...
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Five Questions for Kerry Gotham G’00

Kerry Gotham received his master’s degree in Higher Education in 2000 while working for Syracuse University’s Office of Student Living. After graduation, he moved into the field of development and...
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Building Bridges to Inclusive Schools: 20 Years of Helping Educators Find Their “Teaching Voice” in NYC

“Growth” and “perspective” are the top gains Syracuse University School of Education (SOE) alumni note when reflecting on a semester spent student teaching in New York City. While the Bridge...
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Professors Ashby & Myers Help Introduce Broadway Musical “How to Dance in Ohio”

From Boland Hall to Broadway, Colleagues, and Friends Produce “How to Dance in Ohio” Two Syracuse University alumni are opening their first Broadway musical as lead producers, How to Dance...
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Five Questions for Tara Dunspaugh ’99

Tara Dunspaugh graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education and a minor in Anthropology. Having joined the School of Education not long after...
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For Suzanne Grant Lewis ’78, a Syracuse Education Launched a Stellar International Education Career

Suzanne Grant Lewis ’78 stands as a remarkable example of how a School of Education degree in Selected Studies in Education can be leveraged into a globe-trotting career supporting higher...
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Five Questions for Hafiz Awais Afzal G’22

A resident of Lahore, Pakistan, Hafiz Awais Afzal earned his M.S. in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation from Syracuse University School of Education in 2022. He also holds a bachelor’s...
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School of Education Awarded $3.7M Department of Education Grant to Recruit Special Education Leaders

Syracuse University School of Education has been awarded a $3.7 million grant from the US Department of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services to prepare—along with two partner...
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Roundtable: Three Counseling Alumni Define “Human Thriving” in the Context of Global Diversity

“Human thriving” is among the areas of “distinctive excellence” enumerated in the University’s 2023 Academic Strategic Plan. This concept is inspired by the words of Chancellor Erastus Haven. In 1871,...
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