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Associate professor highlights screen-free ways to teach kids about scale

June 14, 2021
In a New York Times article, associate professor David Jackson provides a few alternative ways to teach kids about scale without the use of screens.

Associate professor turns STEM education into race cars

May 12, 2021
John Mativo, an associate professor in the Department of Career and Information Studies, discussed how STEM education can be used to build race cars in Grassroots Motorsports.

Associate professor’s study on name, image and likeness (NIL) cited by ESPN

April 9, 2021
A new study co-authored by associate professor Thomas Baker found that the potential for NIL revenue, on average, was greater for female college athletes than males.

Article by associate professor highlighted in Washington Post, New York Times

January 4, 2021
An article co-written by associate professor Thomas Baker explores the implications of resuming intercollegiate sports in the midst of a pandemic from a legal, medical and ethical perspective.

Associate dean discusses changes to teacher training programs with the AJC

December 3, 2020
Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett, associate dean for academic programs and professor of educational psychology, shared some of the changes the College has implemented to limit physical placements for teacher candidates during the pandemic.

Professor quoted on women’s rights in Psychology Today

December 1, 2020
Laura Bierema, a professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, discussed how women’s lives are shaped by “life’s hidden curriculum."

Clinical assistant professor discusses tutoring program, combines service learning with hybrid teaching

November 19, 2020
David Chiesa recently discussed a new tutoring program that brings together undergraduate and graduate students in the College to help children improve aspects of communication.

Pandemic poses new challenges for deaf community

October 28, 2020
Lecturer Brian Leffler highlights the challenges of teaching American Sign Language virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fields-Smith quoted on increase in homeschooling children of color

October 6, 2020
Associate professor Cheryl Fields-Smith discusses the reasons parents are pulling their children out of school, which includes concerns about racism in school systems.

Professor discusses problems with a one-size fits all solution to educational issues

September 28, 2020
Kathleen P. deMarrais, a professor in the department of lifelong education, administration, and policy, recently discussed the flaws of Teach for All on a FreshEd podcast.