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Five Questions for Raquel (Roxi) Nurse McNabb ’98, G’99

Roxi Nurse McNabb was a point guard for the Syracuse Orange women’s basketball team, a Most Valuable Player, 1997 Athlete of the Year, and a three-time Big East Academic All-Star....
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SGM Justin Hood G’22 and 14 Other Fellows Graduate From IDDE Program at Fort Bliss

Mike Haynie, vice chancellor for strategic initiatives and innovation and executive director of the D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families, and retired U.S. Army Colonel Ron Novack, executive director...
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Eva Williams G’00 & Donna DeSiato G’04: “You Have to Love What You’re Doing”

Two School Leaders and SOE Alumnae Reflect on Educational Challenges and How They Are Meeting Them With Rigor, Care, and Joy Editor’s Note: This is a full-length version of a...
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InclusiveU Student Meg Wilkie’s Infectious Passion for Running Inspires Community

Meg Wilkie ’24 has a passion for running and a big dream: to run a marathon in all 50 states. Since she started racing in 2012, she has completed 28...
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Professor Nicole Fonger: Developing an Equation for Equitable Mathematics

Professor’s collaborative research draws on social justice issues to improve outcomes in math education. Nicole Fonger has always loved math and its challenges. She adheres to the mantra that everyone...
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Professor Benjamin Dotger Awarded NSF Grant to Promote Data Sciences and STEM Workforce Development Through a Clinical Simulations Model

Professor Benjamin Dotger, Director of the Syracuse University School of Education’s (SOE) Center for Experiential Pedagogy and Practice (CEPP), has been awarded a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to design...
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“Open to Reimagining Things”: Ashley Smith-Purviance G’14 Discovered Her Passion for Educational Policy at Syracuse

Ashley Smith-Purviance’s G’14 interest in researching education systems and policies—and especially their impact on youth of color and Black girls—stems from her study abroad experience while completing an M.S. in...
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School of Education Convenes Local Educators of Color to Share Experiences and Center Healing

In spring 2022, The Study Council at Syracuse University and the Intergroup Dialogue Program collaborated to develop a supportive online community for educators of color across Central New York. Facilitated...
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SENSES Project Teaches Self-Expression, Creativity Through Music and Podcasting

In the basement of Steele Hall sits an incredible resource that is making a difference in the lives of many University students who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Walk into...
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Five Questions for Rachel Karchmer-Klein G’99

Rachel Karchmer-Klein G’99 is an associate professor in the University of Delaware School of Education. After graduating with a B.A. in Political Science from Ithaca College (1993) and an M.Ed....
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