The School of Education announces its seventh class of Spector/Warren Fellows, who will be traveling to Houston for a six-day learning intensive Jan. 6-13.
The Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Educators was launched in 2008 in conjunction with the School of Education and the Holocaust Museum Houston and is designed to help future teachers bring the lessons of the Holocaust into the classroom.
Each year, 20 students are selected from a competitive and diverse pool of applicants to take part in an intensive six-day institute at the Holocaust Museum Houston. Through a series of lectures and discussions, nationally recognized Holocaust scholars, university faculty and Holocaust survivors provide the historical and pedagogical context for understanding the Holocaust and its implications for contemporary society.
The 2012 Fellows are:
- Jared Bloch– Music Education ‘13,Westborough, MA
- Paul Czuprynski– English Education ‘12, Hamburg, NY
- Rachel Dentinger-Music Education ‘13, Clifton Park, NY
- Beverly DiCocco– English Education Grad., Syracuse, NY
- Nicole Draisin– Elementary Education ‘12, Warren, NJ
- Taylor Fletcher– Art Education Grad., Memphis, NY
- Alexandra Geers– Music Education ‘12, Fulton, NY
- Liza Greenspan– Elementary Education ‘12, Oyster Bay Cove, NY
- Hiba Haroon– Cultural Foundations of Education Grad., La Porte, TX
- Madeline Horrell– Music ‘13, Syracuse, NY
- Kelly Kane– Social Studies Education Grad., Cicero, NY
- Melanie Lustig– Inclusive Elementary Education ‘13, Manlius, NY
- Lauren Marfo– Literacy Education Grad., Syracuse, NY
- Henoc M Preciado– Higher Education Grad., Norwalk, CA
- Kaitlyn Price– Higher Education Grad., Moultrie, GA
- Raphael Richard– Higher Education Grad., Baton Rouge, LA
- Katarina Roman– Social Studies Education Grad., Bronx, NY
- Geoffrey Sheldon– Music Education ‘12, Oxford, NY
- Kelly Torbitt– Literacy Education Grad., Liverpool, NY
- Kailyn VanNorstend– Literacy Education ‘10 G’12, Fulton, NY
The Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Teachers is made possible by a gift from Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren and her family and is sponsored by Helen and Andrew Spector and the Spector Family Foundation.