Amita Chudgar, an assistant professor of educational administration, has been selected as a National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow for the 2010-11 academic year. The program is intended to support scholars who are working on critical areas of education research early in their careers. Chudgar will use the two-year, $55,000 grant to study how… Read More »
Patricia Edwards Patricia Edwards was sworn in as the President of the International Reading Association on April 28, 2010. The ceremony was held during the International Reading Association’s Annual Conference held in Chicago. The Association is a nonprofit, global network of individuals and institutions committed to worldwide literacy. More than 70,000 members strong, the Association… Read More »
Kristin Phillips, Assistant Professor in the Department of Teacher Education has been awarded the Gail P. Kelly Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Comparative Education in 2009. The Kelly Award is conferred on a doctoral dissertation that manifests academic excellence, originally, methodological, theoretical, and empirical rigor, and that addresses social justice and equity issues in an… Read More »
Annis N. Brown, a doctoral student in the Department of Teacher Education, was elected to serve as Chair-Elect for the Graduate Student Council (GSC) of the American Educational Research Association for 2009-2010. This election is an important honor for Annis and brings recognition to our institution as well. AERA is committed to enhancing the quality… Read More »
Guofang Li is the recipient of the 2010 AERA Early Career Award. This award recognizes a scholar’s distinguished portfolio of cumulative education Congratulations Guofang!
Douglas Hartman and Susan Florio-Ruane Five faculty members from the College of Education have been selected to serve as editors of the Journal of Literacy Research (JLR), an honor reserved for the nation’s top scholars on literacy, language and education. Douglas K. Hartman and Susan Florio-Ruane, both professors of teacher education, became lead editors starting… Read More »