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Professor Michael Gill’s New Book Explores Food Allergies in Relation to Disability and Race

Professor Michael Gill’s new book—Allergic Intimacies: Food, Disability, Desire, and Risk (Fordham Press, 2023)—is the first to explore food allergies in the United States from the perspective of disability and...
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Professor Barbara Applebaum Interviewed on “Willful Ignorance and the Critical Race Theory Controversy”

This interview discusses Professor Barbara Applebaum’s paper “Willful Hermeneutical Ignorance and the ‘Critical Race Theory’ Controversy,” published in the journal Educational Theory, edited by interviewer Nicholas Burbules. Professor Applebaum examines...
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Mathematics Education in Focus at the 2022 Research Showcase

The School of Education’s Mathematics Education program held its annual research showcase on Dec. 6, 2022, in Syracuse University’s Bird Library. Faculty and graduate students presented posters describing their current...
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“The Hard Work of Equity”: A Conversation with Principal and Ed.D. Candidate Moshiena Faircloth

Delaware Primary School Principal Moshiena Faircloth is exactly the type of student Syracuse University’s Educational Leadership executive doctorate wants to recruit, says program coordinator Professor George Theoharis: “When this program...
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In Her Research and Practice, Alexa Kulinski ’09 Explores the Transformative Power of Visual Journaling

Meet Alexa Kulinski ’09: artist + researcher + teacher, as she describes herself on social media. A graduate of the Syracuse University Bachelor’s of Fine Art program with a 2017...
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Professor Julia White Awarded SCRC Fellowship to Explore Disability as a Cultural Construction

Julia White, School of Education Associate Professor and Director of the Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice minor program, has been awarded a Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections...
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Professor Corrine Occhino Conducting First National Survey on Reproductive Health Experiences of Deaf Women

As limits to women’s reproductive rights swirl in the national news, one researcher at Syracuse University is engaged in a groundbreaking nationwide study on the reproductive health experiences of Deaf...
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Professor Julia White Awarded US Department of Education Grant to Help Recruit Diverse Special Education Teachers and School Counselors for High Needs Schools

Julia M. White, Associate Professor in the School of Education’s (SOE) Department of Teaching and Leadership and Director of the Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice minor, has...
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Professor Dawn Johnson Joins Journal of Higher Education as Associate Editor

Dawn R. Johnson, Associate Professor in the Syracuse University School of Education’s Department of Higher Education, has joined the Journal of Higher Education as an associate editor for a three-year...
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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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