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The Bridge Between Military Service and Teaching: It’s Not as Far as You Think

Do military veterans make good teachers? This question was posed to two School of Education alumni—one a former US Army pilot and the other a former Air Force systems and...
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’Cuse Awards Honor School of Education Student-Athletes

’Cuse Awards celebrate the success of all Syracuse University student-athletes and Orange teams, and the School of Education was well-represented among 2022’s awardees. At the 16th annual awards, held on...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Discusses Teaching Black History in the Wake of Buffalo Shooting

Buffalo mass shooting reignites conversations about how racism is taught in classrooms (CNY Central | May 17, 2022) On Saturday a white supremacist targeted Black people in a mass shooting...
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Professors Ashby, Ferri Weigh In on Section 504 Update

For the first time in 45 years, the US Department of Education is planning to update federal mandates for how schools and colleges must accommodate students with disabilities. The department...
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As the School of Education’s Italy Program Returns, Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 Reflects on Its Influence

Now a doctoral student researching inclusive education, Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 was a sophomore when she took “Literacy, Inclusion, and Diversity in Italy,” a study abroad short course offered...
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Professor Rick Wright Jr. G’93: At Home in the Library

Libraries have played such an important role in my life that I continue to spend most weekdays in Bird Library. Growing up an African American boy in northeastern North Carolina,...
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The Next STEP: Science and Technology Entry Program Graduates the Class of 2022

Harvard University, Syracuse University, and Le Moyne College. These are the college destinations of the Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) Class of 2022: Michelle Amponsah and Z’nya Grainger, both...
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Phillandra Smith Finds and Fosters Community at Syracuse University

Phillandra Smith hadn’t considered a Ph.D. until a professor at Barry University asked what she would do after finishing a master’s degree. Smith, who is from the Bahamas, had planned...
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SOE Doctoral Students Win Teaching Assistant Excellence Awards

Jersey Cosantino (Cultural Foundations of Education), Katie Elizabeth Ducett (Special Education), Waleed Raja (Mathematics Education), and Claudine-Lonjé Williams (Higher Education) are School of Education doctoral students among 31 teaching assistants...
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Math Education Major Lindsay Sheridan ’22 Makes Her Mark

The 2022 Make Your Mark campaign is the School of Education community’s time to rise for the next generation. The generosity of SOE donors is making a world of difference...
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