Category: Faculty

Professors Theoharis and Myers Reflect on 25 Years of Social Studies and Inclusive Education Team Teaching

It is one of Syracuse University School of Education’s most significant “firsts.” In 1991, student teachers were admitted into a brand new Inclusive Elementary and Special Education bachelor’s degree program,...
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“Indebted Mobilities”: Professor Susan Thomas Publishes Ethnography of International Students from India

Indebted Mobilities: Indian Youth, Migration, and the Internationalizing University (University of Chicago, 2024) is Susan Thomas’s ethnographic rendering of a group of middle-class Indian migrant men who attended a public...
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Professor George Theoharis Pens OpEd on Hate Speech for Syracuse.com

We let the Fowler football team down by not confronting hate speech (Syracuse Post-Standard | Oct. 27, 2023) As a former student-athlete, I played soccer through high school and into...
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Syracuse University School of Education Joins $25M USAID Project to Support Inclusive Education in Uzbekistan

Syracuse University School of Education (SOE) has joined a consortium led by not-for-profit development group Creative focused on developing inclusive and equitable early grade education in Uzbekistan. Doctoral Candidate Sara...
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Professor Derek Seward Helps NYT Explain “How to Break Up With Your Therapist”

How to Break Up With Your Therapist (The New York Times | Oct. 13, 2023) If you’ve ever been in therapy, you know that the relationship is unique. You might...
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Accessible Sex Ed: Professor Michael Gill Quoted in Mother Jones

How Accessible Sex Ed Helps Young Adults With Developmental Disabilities Form Healthy Relationships (Mother Jones | Nov/Dec 2023) When he was a teenager, Ben believed that he struggled with friendships and...
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Three School of Education Faculty Awarded Engaged Humanities Grants

Three School of Education faculty—Nicole Fonger, Mike Gill, and Courtney Mauldin—have been awarded grants from the Engaged Humanities Network to support their community-oriented projects, addressing mathematics’ intersection with geography, fermentation...
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Professor George Theoharis: Massive Public Investment Needed to Solve Teacher Shortages

School districts across the country continue to struggle with teacher shortages as a new school year begins. There has been a lot of talk about the reasons behind the shortages...
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Good Reads: SOE’s Summer Literacy Clinic Takes an Inquiry-Based Approach

It’s officially called the Summer Literacy Clinic, but there’s much more to it than one-on-one reading and tutoring. True, when you enter the library of Roberts PreK-8 School in the...
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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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