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Cultivating an International Student Community

International students enrich the School of Education’s community by contributing unique global perspectives. 35 countries are represented in the School of Education’s student body. “Being in the same classroom and hallways with the students of different backgrounds, viewpoints, and experiences are cultural and educational wealth,” says Mirjakohn “MJ” Turdiev G’16, G’20. Turdiev has been at...
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Virtual 2020-21 Landscape of Urban Education lecture series kicks off Nov. 12

  The School of Education’s renowned Douglas Biklen Landscape of Urban Education lecture series will return for the 2020-21 academic year with a slate of virtual events, beginning this week. This year’s theme, Leading in Precarious Times kicks off with a panel discussion titled What Makes a Leader, Taking a Stand, and Leadership Needed Now:...
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Finding the Right Connections: SUSOE Diverse Connections

Debra Hamilton Schoening ’81, G’83, G’98 says she was fortunate to have phenomenal mentors throughout her journey as an undergraduate and graduate student at Syracuse, through teaching, then as a principal, and in district leadership roles until her retirement from the position of the executive director of elementary education for the Syracuse City School District....
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Syracuse University community mourns passing of staff member and student Bridget Lawson

The Syracuse University community mourns the passing of Bridget Lawson, a dedicated staff member, friend, mentor, and emerging scholar. For twenty years, Bridget was a fixture in many Syracuse University initiatives, academic opportunity services, and organizations that benefitted diverse populations of students in educational and community settings. Bridget had recently stepped into a new professional...
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2020 School of Education End of Year Honors

The School of Education faculty and staff celebrate the accomplishments of all members of our community during this 2019-20 academic year! Below is a listing of some of the most notable honors received by students and faculty during this last year. Student Awards and Honors Faculty/staff Awards and Honors Kelly Chandler-Olcott—Divergent Book Award for Excellence...
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Alum honored with Woodrow Wilson Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship

Congratulations to Juliann Anesi G’08 G’15, named a 2020 Career Enhancement Fellow by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation! She is one of 10 junior faculty members across the country who received a 12-month fellowship, which includes a sabbatical stipend, research-related funding, mentoring, and participation in professional development. The fellowship seeks to increase the presence...
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Being Fat, Being Disabled and Doing Things That Feel Good

In his research, Mike Gill, associate professor of disability studies in the department of Cultural Foundations of Education in the School of Education, references an episode of the public radio show “This American Life” titled “Own Worst Enemy” featuring stories of people that “can’t get out of their own way” to the point of sabotaging...
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Phillandra Smith named Holmes Scholar of the Month

Phillandra Smith, second-year doctoral student in special education, is highlighted by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) as Holmes Scholar of the Week. Smith is part of the first cohort of Holmes Scholars at Syracuse University; the program supports students from historically underrepresented communities enrolled in doctoral programs in education. Smith is...
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The School of Education at AERA 2020

Due to CDC travel recommendations in light of the expanding impact of COVID-19, paired with the recent State of Emergency declared by the mayor of San Francisco, the American Educational Research Association has elected not to host a place-based Annual Meeting in 2020. Please visit the AERA website to read the official announcement. If and when...
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