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A Photo Essay—and Recipe: Professor Michael Gill’s Fermentation Stories Project Gets a Taste of Zasar

Fermentation is something Syracuse University School of Education Professor Michael Gill thinks deeply about. The process is the subject of his latest research and has inspired a recent project to...
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Counseling Students Receive AARC Award for Refugee Mental Health Project

A team of Counseling and Counselor Education graduate students from Syracuse University’s School of Education have received a select award from the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC)....
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Saraswati Dhakal G’24 Embraces Role as Mental Health Counselor and Advocate

Before pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the School of Education, Saraswati Dhakal G’24 served as a transplant coordinator and operation theatre nurse at the Human...
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“At Heart, I’m Still a Teacher”: Cailey Underhill G’13 Transitions from Education to Environmental Advocacy

Cailey Underhill G’13 was in her fifth year of teaching high school English in rural Northern New York when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Sitting in lockdown at her dining room...
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Stand-out Graduation Dress? You’ve Got to Hand It to Rory Livingston ’24

When Dean Kelly Chandler-Olcott learned about the special dress Rory Livingston ’24 wore to the Syracuse University School of Education Convocation on May 11, she wanted to know more about...
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AI & College Teaching: Professor Jing Lei Quoted by Forbes

Are You Ready To Use AI In Your Teaching? (Forbes | June 17, 2024) College faculty are uncertain about the use of AI. Most talk related to AI among non-science...
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Two SOE Doctoral Students Receive ACES Graduate Awards

Two doctoral students in Syracuse University School of Education’s Counseling and Counselor Education program have been recognized by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES). First year doctoral student...
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Five Questions for Jaime Castillo G’16

Jaime Castillo is a 2016 graduate of the School of Education’s Counseling and Counselor Education doctoral program. He also holds a B.S. in Psychology from Penn State University and an...
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NYSED to Phase Out Regents as Graduation Requirement: Professor George Theoharis Weighs In

(CNY Central | June 11, 2024) The New York State Education Department (NYSED) says taking Regents exams could no longer be a high school graduation requirement for students if their...
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School of Education Receives Gift to Fund Indigenous Teacher Preparation Scholarships

An anonymous benefactor has given $150,000 to the Syracuse University School of Education to provide scholarships for Native American students preparing to become inclusive education teachers. The School of Education...
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