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LSAMP Scholars Present at 2022 Research Symposium

The two-part Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Symposium featured poster presentations by student researchers on April 22 and oral presentations on April 27, 2022. Held in Sims Hall...
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Professor Wendy K. Moy to Conduct NE Premiere of “Amendment”

On April 27, 2022, at 8 p.m. in the Setnor Auditorium in Crouse College, the Syracuse University Vocal Ensemble—conducted by Assistant Professor of Music Education Wendy K. Moy—will present the...
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LSAMP Students Present at 2022 WiSE Symposium

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) students Catherine Campbell ’22, Nathena Murray ’22, Jazmine Richardson ’22, and Camila Tirado ’23 presented their research at the 22nd annual Syracuse University...
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McNair Scholars Hold Two-Day Research Symposium

Covering topics from socializing baby mice and “The Bootyshort Revolution” to vaccine hesitancy and the works of Roman historian Sallust, the McNair Scholars Research Symposium kicked off April 15, 2022,...
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Professor Charlotte Sharpe Receives Grant to Investigate “Culturally Sustaining Accountable Talk” in Math Learning

What does a mathematically proficient student sound like in a discussion? Today, many math teachers instruct students to use specific sentence and question stems popularized by the Institute for Learning...
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Orange Holmes Scholars Participate in AACTE 2022 Annual Meeting

Six Orange Holmes Scholars participated in the 74th American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting. Billed as the premier educator preparation conference in the nation, the annual...
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New Book Explores Live-Actor Simulations as Effective Training for Real-World Educational Challenges

Featuring School of Education Experts, “Clinical Simulations” Is an Essential, Cross-Disciplinary Guide to Effective Educator Development Syracuse University School of Education is a pioneer and international leader in the use...
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In Her New Book Chapter, Professor Wendy K. Moy Examines the Seattle Men’s Chorus

Wendy K. Moy, Assistant Professor of Music Education in Syracuse University’s School of Education and College of Arts and Sciences, has published “Come Together: An Ethnography of the Seattle Men’s...
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Melissa Luke to Represent University in ACC Academic Leaders Network

Melissa Luke, Dean’s Professor in counseling and a provost faculty fellow, is one of five Syracuse University faculty members chosen to participate in the 2022 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Academic...
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Center on Disability and Inclusion Presents at Thursday Morning Roundtable

Syracuse University School of Education faculty members Christine Ashby and Beth Myers discussed the initiatives of the Center on Disability and Inclusion (CDI) during a Zoom public forum attended by more than 35 Central New York...
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