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School of Education Faculty, Alumni, and Students Honored

School of Education faculty, alumni, and students have recently been honored with numerous awards, honors, and national appointments:

Marcelle Haddix (Reading and Language Arts) has been appointed Dean’s Associate Professor in recognition of her scholarly accomplishments and professional leadership. This title will become Dean’s Professor upon promotion to professor.

Barbara Applebaum, associate professor and chair of Cultural Foundations of Education, has been named president elect of the Philosophy of Education Society.

Kelsey John, a first-year PhD student in Cultural Foundations of Education, received a graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation.

Melissa Luke, associate professor and coordinator of the School Counseling program in the Counseling and Human Services Department, has been elected to the position of President-Elect of the North Atlantic Region of Counselor Education and Supervision. During the three year commitment of the presidential role, Dr. Luke will be contributing to the regional leadership as well as serving for two years on the national ACES executive board.

Melissa Luke and Kristopher M. Goodrich G’09 have been awarded the 2013 Best Research Article of the Year from the Association for Specialists in Group Work for the article “Investigating the LGBTQ Responsive Model of Group Supervision.”

Syracuse University Outstanding TA Award winners (Graduate Students)

  • Amanda Alger, Teaching & Leadership
  • James Ewing, Teaching & Leadership
  • Sascha Kollisch-Singule, Teaching & Leadership (Art Education)
  • Yihhsing Liu, Counseling and Human Services
  • Laura Thompson, Counseling and Human Services

Syracuse University Teaching Mentors (Graduate Students)

  • Tess Dussling, Reading & Language Arts
  • Erica Emerson, Science Teaching
  • Justin Freedman, Teaching & Leadership
  • Jacob Hall, Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation
  • Yihhsing Liu, Counseling and Human Services
  • Nyaboke Nduati, Reading and Language Arts
  • Janine Nieroda, Reading and Language Arts
  • Laura Thompson, Counseling and Human Services
  • Leigh Tolley, Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation