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The School of Education at AERA 2024

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association’s 2024 Annual Meeting in...
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Professor Melissa Luke Wins National Counseling Research Award

Professor Melissa Luke, Dean’s Professor of Counselor Education in the Syracuse University School of Education (SOE), has been awarded the 2024 American Counselor Association (ACA)...
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Dawn Johnson Named ACPA Senior Scholar Diplomate

Dawn Johnson, Associate Professor of Higher Education in the Syracuse University School of Education, has been named a Senior Scholar Diplomate by the American College...
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Exploring Girlhoods: Black Scholars Connect, Imagine, and Heal

Jamila Walida Simon grew up in a time and place where children were expected to be largely seen and not heard; as an adult, she...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Among Syracuse Faculty Awarded Creative NYSCA Grants

Syracuse University School of Education Professor Courtney Mauldin is among faculty members who have received either individual artist grants or an Organization Support Grant from...
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CritQuant: School of Education Faculty and Students Join a Movement to Disrupt Traditional Research Methods

A group of Syracuse University School of Education faculty and graduate students are part of a growing movement in academia that is re-evaluating long-held assumptions...
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“Indebted Mobilities”: Professor Susan Thomas Publishes Ethnography of International Students from India

Indebted Mobilities: Indian Youth, Migration, and the Internationalizing University (University of Chicago, 2024) is Susan Thomas’s ethnographic rendering of a group of middle-class Indian migrant...
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Three School of Education Faculty Awarded Engaged Humanities Grants

Three School of Education faculty—Nicole Fonger, Mike Gill, and Courtney Mauldin—have been awarded grants from the Engaged Humanities Network to support their community-oriented projects, addressing...
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School of Education Awarded $3.7M Department of Education Grant to Recruit Special Education Leaders

Syracuse University School of Education has been awarded a $3.7 million grant from the US Department of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services...
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School of Education Faculty Publish “Lesson Study with Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers”

Lesson Study with Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers: Finding the Form (Routledge, 2023) is a new overview of the fundamentals of lesson study edited by...
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CNY Humanities Corridor: Advancing Relevant and Impactful Research That “Doesn’t Fit in a Box”

Courtney Mauldin infuses her scholarly research with a clear purpose: to give Black girls innovative opportunities to dream big and envision futures filled with possibilities....
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Doctoral Candidate Evan Starling-Davis Hopes You Find Yourself in the FRACTURE

In Syracuse University School of Education doctoral candidate Evan Starling-Davis’ innovative new exhibition, viewers can interact1 with an Urban Video Project2 projection on the façade...
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