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Scholar Spotlight: Nick Granados-Kramer ’17

Sophomore Nick Granados-Kramer is a triple major in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education. The Hyde Park, NY native studies secondary science education, chemistry and...
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Mimi Bornstein (Music Education ’89)

Mimi Bornstein BM ’89 (Music Education) has launched an impressive career since studying at Syracuse University.  She is currently the founder and artistic director of Midcoast Community Chorus (MCC) of Rockport, Maine, a...
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School of Education Faculty and Student Presentations at the 2015 AERA Annual Meeting

A large group of Syracuse University School of Education faculty and students will be presenting at the American Educational Research Association’s 2015 Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, April 16-20. Presentation...
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Education Professors, Doctoral Student Recognized by International Center of Syracuse

Two School of Education professors and a doctoral education student were honored with citizenship awards by the International Center of Syracuse (ICS). Associate Professor Alan Foley, who is jointly appointed in the...
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EL PUNTO Art Studio 2015 partners with Setnor School of Music and School of Education

In an effort to reach out to youths in our community, Syracuse University’s Music Education Program has partnered with El PUNTO Art Studio, a contemporary arts education program offered at...
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Education Professor to Discuss New “Peaceful at the Core” Curriculum at Barnes & Noble Jan. 17

School of Education Professor Mara Sapon-Shevin has developed a new curriculum to address issues of bullying and to promote a positive social climate in schools. Using children’s literature as the foundation...
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2015 Spector/Warren Fellows travel to Holocaust Museum Houston for learning intensive

2015 Spector/Warren Fellows travel to Holocaust Museum Houston for learning intensive The School of Education announces its tenth class of Spector/Warren Fellows, who traveled to Houston for a six-day learning...
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Public Research Lesson Improves Learning and Instruction Methods

Sharon Dotger, dual associate professor of science teaching in the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, hosted a public research lesson on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in...
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Samba Laranja to perform at Jazz at Lincoln Center for 2014 Brazilian Festival

Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian ensemble will perform for a fourth time at Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) in New York City. As part of the 2014 JALC Brazilian...
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Former Bangor High football star looking forward to first season as defensive line coach at UNH

When former Bangor High School football star and Fitzpatrick Trophy winner Peter McCarty first attended the University of Massachusetts, he majored in criminal justice. Temporarily. “I didn’t want to be...
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