Category: Research

Two SOE Doctoral Students Named 2018-2019 Public Humanities Fellows

A joint initiative between the Syracuse University Humanities Center and the Central New York Humanities Corridor, the Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowships are supported in partnership with Humanities New York (formerly known as the New York Council for the Humanities) to: encourage emerging humanities scholars to conceive of their work in relation to the public sphere develop skills for doing...
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CFE Doctoral Student Receives Prestigious NAEd Fellowship

Kelsey Dayle John (Diné), a doctoral candidate in the department of Cultural Foundations of Education (CFE) in the School of Education, has been selected by the National Academy of Education to receive a 2018 Spencer Dissertation Fellowship. According to the NAEd website, the $27,500 Spencer fellowships support “individuals whose dissertations show potential for bringing fresh and...
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End of Year Celebration Honors Faculty, Staff, and Student Awards

At its third annual End of Year Celebration on May 4, 2018, the School of Education recognized the outstanding awards, honors, and accomplishments of its faculty, staff and students from the 2017-18 academic year. Colleagues Retiring or Leaving Dorien Langezaal – Academic and Student Services Suzanne Oliver – Exercise Science Nick Smith, Emeritus – Instructional...
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Research Profile: Clinical Simulations Put Future Teachers to the Test

Few parents who have spent any time in their children’s classroom would dispute the challenges teachers face in the course of even the most routine day. Whether leading alphabet games with a roomful of exuberant kindergartners or explaining algebraic equations to distracted middle-schoolers, teachers have to deal effectively with the wide range of temperaments, learning...
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Lesson Study on NYS Science Standards at Cazenovia Elementary School

“Save the Sand Towers,” a lesson study project based on the new New York State Science Standards, was held last week at Burton Street Elementary in Cazenovia. News Channel 9 wrote about how these lesson study projects help both students and teachers feel more confident with the new lesson materials and standards. This project was run by Professor...
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Syracuse University Paints New Orleans Orange at National Conference for Military-Connected Students

Leaders from Syracuse University’s Office of Veterans and Military Affairs (OVMA), Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), Career Services, Veterans Affinity Group, and the Veterans Resource Center attended the 2018 NASPA Symposium on Military-Connected Students in New Orleans, Louisiana, recently. Hosted annually, the NASPA Symposium on Military-Connected Students focuses on effective strategies to serve...
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School of Education at the 2018 AERA Annual Meeting

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting in New York, NY, April 13-17. Presentation titles, locations, and times are listed below. The full program including abstracts is available on the AERA website. Reception for Faculty, Students, Alumni, Colleagues, and...
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Marcelle Haddix Wins AACTE Outstanding Book Award

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) today announced Marcelle Haddix as the recipient of the 2018 AACTE Outstanding Book Award for her book Cultivating Racial and Linguistic Diversity in Literacy Teacher Education: Teachers Like Me. Haddix is Dean’s Associate Professor and Chair of the Reading and Language Arts Department in the Syracuse University School of Education. She...
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Educators prepare for new state science standards at “It’s Go Time! Science for All” conference

With new state science standards in effect since July 1, another sold-out crowd of teachers and administrators from across the state will converge on Roxboro Road Middle School on Nov. 7 for a conference that brings together national leaders in science education; “live” science lessons featuring Central New York teachers and students; and a special...
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