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SOE’s Disability Studies Program featured in the New York Times

Syracuse University’s Disability Studies program, as well as faculty member, Dr. Steven J. Taylor and doctoral student, April Coughlin, were featured in a New York Times article about the evolution...
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New Minor Serves Jewish Community’s Need for Qualified Educators

Professor Corinne Smith says for as long as she has been on the Syracuse University School of Education faculty (43 years), synagogues and other organizations have contacted the school to...
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A Classroom of Promise

SU Abroad students explore South Africa’s pre- and post-apartheid educational system and develop projects to enrich academic life of young students Aracely Hernandez G’13 had just returned to Syracuse in...
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SOE Senior Kayla Alexander Drafted 8th Overall by San Antonio

Syracuse senior center Kayla Alexander, a Social Studies Education Major in the School of Education, was selected by the San Antonio Silver Stars with the eighth pick in the first round...
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$1 Million gift to the School of Education will support scholarships for Study Abroad

The School of Education at Syracuse University has received a $1,000,000 gift to be used over the next five years to support students who study abroad and to further develop...
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“Writing Our Lives” workshops teach power and liberation through creative writing

On Saturday, February 9, 50 students in grades 6-8 at Danforth Middle School will have the opportunity participate in creative writing and read/listen to social and political writing that has...
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Student Produces Free Instrumental and Dance Performance to Raise Awareness About Bullying and Ally Involvement

“Uncommon Action” to premiere on February 3 at CNY Jazz, 2 pm and 4 pm. Syracuse University Music Education Senior Rachel Dentinger has enlisted sixteen student musicians and a team...
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Spector/Warren Fellows Announced for 2013, Cohort Travels to Holocaust Museum Houston for Learning intensive

The School of Education announces its eighth class of Spector/Warren Fellows, who will be traveling to Houston for a six-day learning intensive Jan. 5-12, 2013. The Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Educators was...
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Exercise Science professor’s research on muscle weakness and Down syndrome promoted by American Physiological Society

The American Physiological Society (APS) has issued a press release promoting the laboratory research of School of Education Exercise Science Associate Professor Keith DeRuisseau. DeRuisseau and Patrick Cowley, Ph.D., the...
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Marion Wilson’s ‘Artists and Social Profit’ class trades art for social good in traveling exhibit

In time for the holiday season, a weeklong community art show will explore the value of creativity and culture as a commodity, versus the value of commercial gifts of exchange....
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