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Julie Padilla ’11, G’12: Helping Others Succeed During the COVID-19 Crisis

Syracuse University created Current Use Scholarships to meet the needs of students who experienced loss—both financially and in other ways—due to COVID-19. Donors make a $5,000 gift for each of five years that the University immediately uses to assist students with their scholarship and financial aid.  The success story of her father, an immigrant from South...
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Syracuse University Students Helping to Build Food System ‘Rooted in Social Justice and Equality’

The next big step for the newly formed Syracuse-Onondaga Food Systems Alliance (SOFSA) started, naturally, with Evan Weissman’s kindness and vision for food justice in the Syracuse community. Nel Gaudé, who was completing a master’s in food studies from the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, was working in the kitchens at...
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#ProudToBeSOE At The 2020 Tokyo Olympics

As the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games kick off, the School of Education will be well represented. Of the six former Syracuse University student-athletes that will compete for gold this summer, three are SOE alumni. “Having our alumni compete in the Olympic Games brings great pride for all of us in Orange Nation,” says Syracuse University...
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SOE Highlights: New roles for Rwanda, Norris, and Gentile

School of Education alumni, students, and faculty continue to be leaders in their fields, promoting inclusive practices, mental and physical wellness, and the arts. Three members of the SOE community were recently appointed to new roles. Stella Rwanda G’19 has been named director of the Healthcare Advancement Resource Center (HARC) at Le Moyne College in...
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Beth Myers recognized for patience and support by Center for Disability Resources

Every year, the Center for Disability Resources (CDR) recognizes faculty and staff members who are nominated for their work in advocating for students and supporting the center in its mission to empower students, enhance equity and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion. This year the center received 67 nominations—the highest ever—from students who wanted to acknowledge...
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Kayla Treanor ’16 to lead Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse

Four-time All-American Kayla Treanor ’16 has been named the new head coach of the Syracuse Orange women’s lacrosse team, replacing Gary Gait after he was named men’s lacrosse head coach. She has a bachelor’s degree from the School of Education in selected studies in education. After starring for the Orange from 2013-16, Treanor started her...
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Joanna Masingila to Conclude Tenure as Dean of the School of Education

Joanna Masingila today announced that she will soon conclude her tenure as dean of the School of Education and begin a one-year research leave effective Aug. 1 in anticipation of returning to the faculty with a dual appointment in the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences. Masingila was appointed dean of...
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Three School of Education students receive SOURCE Grants

Michelle Ho, Ashanti Hunter, and Jacqueline Ritz received research grants through the Syracuse University Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement, known as the SOURCE. These grants will support research during the 2021-2022 academic year. The SOURCE was created to foster and support diverse undergraduate participation in faculty-guided scholarly research and creative inquiry. Student participants progress...
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HEOP and TRIO SSS Programs Honor Students and Collaborators

The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) continue to find innovative ways to celebrate both students and the campus collaborators who vibrantly enhance both programs’ student success. The HEOP and SSS teams announced five inaugural awards at their virtual graduation ceremony. Each award recognizes the outstanding work of professionals and students,...
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Theoharis on virtual learning this fall, segregation in Syracuse Schools

George Theoharis, professor in the department of teaching and leadership, recently spoke to local media on the past, present, and future of local K-12 schools. Remote and hybrid learning was implemented in spring 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and remains in place for many K-12 students. However, hybrid classrooms should be much less...
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Syracuse Welcome Fall 2021

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Graduate Orientation – Mathematics Education

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Graduate Orientation – Cultural Foundations of Education

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