Category: SOE in the Community

Doctoral Candidate Evan Starling-Davis Hopes You Find Yourself in the FRACTURE

In Syracuse University School of Education doctoral candidate Evan Starling-Davis’ innovative new exhibition, viewers can interact1 with an Urban Video Project2 projection on the façade of Syracuse’s Everson Museum, using...
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“Service-minded and Entrepreneurial”: Scott Shablak G’73 Looks Back on 45 Years of OPRD

As a young person and then a college student, Scott Shablak G’73 says he absorbed two lessons that later served him well as Director of Syracuse University School of Education’s...
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Professors Theoharis and George Awarded Lender Center Grant to Study Schools’ DEI Policies

Professors George Theoharis and Leela George have been awarded a 2023 Lender Center for Social Justice grant. The award is a part of a larger effort to address the racial...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Awarded Humanities Grant for Black Girls Storytelling Project

School of Education Professor Courtney Mauldin has been awarded a Humanities New York grant for “Foregrounding Black Girls Literacies and Cultural Storytelling,” a project that scales her recent community engagement...
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“I Don’t Put Limits on My Students”: Leonese Nelson Reflects on Two Decades Chairing STEP/CSTEP Conferences

The 2023 Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) and Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) spring conferences were bittersweet for Leonese Nelson. Once again, she worked 18-hour days to...
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Doctoral Candidate Ionah Scully Named an NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellow

School of Education doctoral candidate Ionah M. Elaine Scully, Michel First Nation (Cree-Métis and Irish) has been awarded a prestigious National Academy of Education NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship for the 2023-2024...
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Now Online, The Study Council Facilitates an Equity-Focused Community of Practice for CNY Schools

Leela George, a professor in Syracuse University School of Education’s Teaching and Leadership program, says moving The Study Council sessions online has created greater flexibility for its members, bringing together...
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“Voices Off, Hands Up!” Popular American Sign Language Program Expands with New 200-level Courses

When Professor Corrine Occhino took the helm of the School of Education’s American Sign Language program in fall 2021, three sections of ASL 101 and one section of ASL 102...
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InclusiveU Business Engagement Group Holds Inclusion Works 2023

The InclusiveU Business Engagement Group invited the local business community to the Salt City Market in downtown Syracuse on April 12, for Inclusion Works 2023. Click below to view the...
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Professor Michael Gill, Syracuse’s Brady Farm Awarded Grant for “Fermenting Stories” Project

Syracuse University School of Education Professor Michael Gill has been awarded an Engaged Communities Mini-Grant by the College of Arts and Sciences. The funding allows Gill to collaborate with Brady...
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