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Instructional Design Student Anh Murphy Wins CNY BEST Award for Whitman School ITS Onboarding Project

The work of H. Anh Murphy, a student in the Syracuse University School of Education’s Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation (IDDE) master’s degree program, was recognized at the 15th annual CNY BEST Talent Development Awards Ceremony—organized by the Central New York chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD)—held on Nov. 3, 2022, at the...
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SGM Justin Hood G’22 and 14 Other Fellows Graduate From IDDE Program at Fort Bliss

Mike Haynie, vice chancellor for strategic initiatives and innovation and executive director of the D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families, and retired U.S. Army Colonel Ron Novack, executive director of the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs, attended the annual graduation ceremony of 15 students in Fort Bliss, Texas. The students took part in...
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School of Education Community Members Honored at 2022 One University Awards

Syracuse University School of Education faculty, staff, students, and alumni were well-represented at the 2022 One University Awards held Friday, April 22, in Hendricks Chapel, with alumnus Jaime Alicea G’88 awarded the University’s top recognition. This annual event honors members of the University community who are making a difference in the world through academics, scholarship,...
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Fulbright Scholar Violetta Soboleva Discusses Instructional Design, Planned Change, and Educational Innovation

Violetta Soboleva is an M.S. in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation student from Russia who came to Syracuse University on a Fulbright scholarship. Also studying at Minin University, she describes herself as passionate about technologies, neural networks in education design, edutainment—and creating quality content. In this interview, Soboleva discusses her interest in instructional design and...
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SGM Craig Collins G’20, G’22 Applies IDDE Methods at Ft. Bliss’s Storied Sergeant Major’s Academy

After 28 years of decorated military service—including cavalry and artillery assignments in Germany, Bosnia, and Iraq—Sergeant Major Craig Collins G’20, G’22 has begun to mull his next career move. In his own words, his Syracuse University School of Education master’s degree in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation (IDDE) and Certificate of Advanced Study in Designing...
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Hemalathaa K.Y. Seeks to Make an Impact in Post-COVID Learning Landscapes

Hemalathaa K.Y. is a first-year Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation doctoral student from India. In this interview, she shares her reasons for studying IDDE and how she applies her background in electronics and computer science toward evolving instructional design opportunities, especially as learning communities emerge from the coronavirus pandemic. What motivated you to study Instructional...
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Micah Shippee G’16 Talks “Instructional Design Superpowers”

Micah Shippee G’16 earned his Ph.D. in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation (IDDE) and is now an adjunct professor in the Syracuse University School of Education. In 2021-2022, he is teaching three courses: Principles of Instruction and Learning, Strategies in Educational Project Management, and Planned Change and Innovation. Shippee also is the CEO of Ready...
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The Rise of Kingsley Jonathan ’20, G’22

When Syracuse Orange defensive end Kingsley Jonathan ’20, G’22 crushed Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis earlier this season, he did more than notch the game’s first sack. Jonathan experienced a homecoming of sorts. Three years earlier almost to the day, he famously brought down Travis’ predecessor, Deondre Francois, amid the sweltering heat of the Syracuse University stadium....
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Wendy Coakley-Thompson G’99: Sunshine in Syracuse

Proud of her Bahamian heritage, Wendy Coakley-Thompson G’99 has long puzzled over why Bahamian culture has been overlooked in the United States. Four years ago Coakley-Thompson, now an instructional systems designer for the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, started a publishing house, Duho Books, which describes itself as celebrating the vibrant culture, history and...
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