Category: SOE in the News

Professor Courtney Mauldin Speaks to AP About Black Students, Dress Codes, and Hair Styles

School dress codes promote discipline. But many Black students see traces of racism. For as long as schools have policed hairstyles as part of their dress codes, some students have...
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Professor George Theoharis Addresses Teaching Career Trends with CNY Central

(CNY Central | Feb. 12, 2024) For years, universities and colleges have seen a decline in people enrolling in education bachelor programs. Syracuse University professor George Theoharis said he’s witnessed...
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Exploring Girlhoods: Black Scholars Connect, Imagine, and Heal

Jamila Walida Simon grew up in a time and place where children were expected to be largely seen and not heard; as an adult, she wanted to correct that, providing...
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Professors Ashby & Myers Help Introduce Broadway Musical “How to Dance in Ohio”

From Boland Hall to Broadway, Colleagues, and Friends Produce “How to Dance in Ohio” Two Syracuse University alumni are opening their first Broadway musical as lead producers, How to Dance...
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Watch: Professor Kal Alston Interview with the American Council of Learned Societies

In this video interview, learn about the impact and public scholarship of the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) from Professor Kal Alston, who is also Chair of the National...
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Professor George Theoharis Pens OpEd on Hate Speech for Syracuse.com

We let the Fowler football team down by not confronting hate speech (Syracuse Post-Standard | Oct. 27, 2023) As a former student-athlete, I played soccer through high school and into...
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Professor Derek Seward Helps NYT Explain “How to Break Up With Your Therapist”

How to Break Up With Your Therapist (The New York Times | Oct. 13, 2023) If you’ve ever been in therapy, you know that the relationship is unique. You might...
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Accessible Sex Ed: Professor Michael Gill Quoted in Mother Jones

How Accessible Sex Ed Helps Young Adults With Developmental Disabilities Form Healthy Relationships (Mother Jones | Nov/Dec 2023) When he was a teenager, Ben believed that he struggled with friendships and...
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Counseling Ph.D. Student Rahsaan DeLain Selected as a Leader of Color Fellow

Rockwood Leadership Institute (RLI) of Oakland, CA, has selected Syracuse University School of Education counseling program doctoral student Rahsaan DeLain as a 2023 John R. Oishei Foundation Karen Lee Spaulding...
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Spectrum News Features Clinical Simulations for Teacher Preparation

Syracuse University Preparing Teachers for Challenging Scenarios Through Simulations (Spectrum News | June 13, 2023) Every simulation brings Erika Schanbacher, a student taking part in a simulation, one step closer...
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