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Professor ranks in top 200 education scholars in Education Week columnist’s list; COE faculty members honored by Stanford University list of most-cited scholars

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Love ranks 40th in list of most influential education scholars

Bettina Love, a professor in the Mary Frances Early College of Education’s department of educational theory and practice, ranked in the top 200 influential education scholars in the nation in a recent list from Education Week.

“I am honored to be recognized for my work,” Love said. “My goal is always to make my community proud and push for the ideas of abolition in education.”

The list comes from EdWeek opinion columnist Rick Hess, director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute.

See the 2022 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings on Education Week’s website.


Stanford analysis includes several College faculty members in the top 2% of most-cited scientists in the world

A recent list from Stanford University features multiple active and retired College of Education faculty members in the top 2% of most-cited scientists in the world.

Faculty members include — but are not limited to — Donna Alvermann, Kirk Cureton, Rodney Dishman, Linda Harklau, Julie Luft, Kevin McCully, Sharan Merriam, Karl Newell, Pat O’Connor,   Thomas Reeves, Lloyd Rieber, Peter Smagorinsky, Paula Schwanenflugel, Elizabeth St. Pierre, and Phillip Tomporowski.

Additionally, the late Paul Torrance and Mike Hannafin are on the list as well. We apologize if we excluded anyone.

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