Category: Teaching & Leadership

Laurie Brown named Assistant Education Director for the Willie Ross School for the Deaf

Congratulations to Laurie Brown ’90 (Special and Elementary Education), recently appointed Assistant Education Director at the Willie Ross School for the Deaf.
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Mary Jo Doyle named Audubon environmental educator

Mary Jo Doyle (Science Education) is the new Audubon environmental educator at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve and Education Center. Mary Jo taught in the Seneca Falls and Waterloo school districts...
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Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching

Jennifer Donais ’09 (Inclusive Elementary and Special Education) will receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. I am honored to receive the Presidential Award and join the ranks of...
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2018-19 Remembrance Scholars Include Three School of Education Students

Syracuse University’s Remembrance Scholar Selection Committee has chosen the 35 students who will be the 2018-19 Remembrance Scholars. The scholarships were founded as a tribute to—and means of remembering—the 35...
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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...
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New American All-Stars Music Group to Make Debut Appearance on Wednesday

Two-dozen music students from Syracuse University and the Syracuse City School District will collaborate in a rock concert in Setnor Auditorium Wednesday to celebrate the diversity of music in the...
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44 Stars of Excellence Awards Gala Recognizes Student Leaders, Organizations, and Advisors

At the annual 44 Stars of Excellence Awards Gala on April 19, students, registered student organizations and organization advisors were celebrated and recognized for their many contributions to the campus...
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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...
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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...
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