Category: Faculty

Resiliency, Passion and Determination: Richelle Hill ’22

Before COVID-19 thrust academia into the virtual realm, Richelle Hill often burned the midnight oil on campus. “When our class ended at 8 o’clock, she and another student usually stayed behind to study together,” recalls Julia M. White G’07, assistant professor of teaching and leadership in Syracuse University’s School of Education. “I was impressed with Richelle’s...
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Participate in the CNY 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge

The Syracuse University School of Education is proud to be a Participating Partner in the CNY 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge. United Way of Central New York, in partnership with the YWCA, is launching the challenge community wide on October 1, 2020. We are encouraging all students, employees, and alumni to take this challenge...
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Kathleen Hinchman Elected to Reading Hall of Fame

Kathleen Hinchman, Professor of Reading and Language Arts in the School of Education has been elected into the Reading Hall of Fame, an independent organization that recognizes lifetime achievements in the field of reading. She is among 6 new living members and 4 deceased members, who will join the Reading Hall of Fame membership in 2020. This honor is another...
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Inclusive Entrepreneurship Program offered by Blackstone Launchpad and Taishoff Center

An innovative, interdisciplinary program focused on inclusive entrepreneurship and design is being offered for the 2020-2021 academic year in partnership with the Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars (LaunchPad) at Syracuse University Libraries, the Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education (InclusiveU), and the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) through the generous donation from Gianfranco...
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Chandler-Olcott, Haddix honored with Divergent Awards for writing and advocacy

Marcelle Haddix and Kelly Chandler-Olcott, faculty in the department of reading and language arts, were both honored with 2021 Divergent Awards by the Initiative for 21st Century Literacies Research. Marcelle Haddix, Dean’s professor, is a recipient of The Divergent Award for Excellence in Literacy Advocacy. This award recognizes the indelible contributions of educators and scholars...
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Dean Masingila discusses extended remote learning with WSYR

Dean Joanna Masingila spoke to Syracuse’s WSYR NewsChannel 9 on “How students learn virtually now that distance learning is the rule the rest of the academic year.” On Friday, May 1, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced all K-12 schools and colleges in the state would continue to provide distance learning through the end of...
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Dawn Johnson, Tiffany Koszalka honored with Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition Award

The Graduate School annually solicits nominations from graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni for the Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition Award. This award honors faculty who have made a significant, positive influence on graduate education at Syracuse University through their commitment to superior graduate teaching, dedication to departmental and community presence, and research initiatives....
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Kristen Konkol on Flourishing as an Athlete During COVID-19

Kristen Konkol, assistant professor of exercise science and I-MOVE coordinator, wrote an article on “Keeping Your Drive: Flourishing as an Athlete During COVID-19” for the Chopra Center. A canceled season, club, or activity does not need to lead to a canceled identity as an athlete or active individual. Athletes and active individuals can experience a...
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Prof. Tiffany Kozalka talks student learning while social distancing.

Tiffany A. Koszalka, professor of instructional design, development and evaluation, talked with Jennifer Sanders and Dan Cummings of WSYR News Channel 9 in Syracuse about how families can support students learning at home while schools are closed and communities are social distancing. Her tips included: Set and schedule or routine for the day, but be...
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