Courses Edition

EAD 972: Updated Application Deadline

PLEASE NOTE CORRECT DEADLINE! Dear HALE MA, SAA, and PhD Students – Next semester, we (Drs. Dongbin Kim and Leslie D. Gonzales) will teach EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education. This course will include travel to South Korea in late May 2020 (tentative dates: May 22-29). In this class, we will explore higher education organization and governance and… Read More »

Spring 2020 Course: CSUS 826

Spring 2020 International Development: Theory & Practice CSUS 826 (crosslisted with ANP, FOR, and PLS) 3 credits This course is a multidisciplinary survey of the history of theories and practices in international development.  It helps students across the disciplines broaden their intellectual perspective on what constitutes international development and prepares them to work with and… Read More »

Course Available: SOC 852 Migration and Social Change, Spring 2020

This course will cover basic history of global migration, the theories used to describe why some people migrate across international borders and where they go, the politics of migration policy, and research on integration and exclusion of international migrants. It will include content on current migration situations involving refugees and asylum seekers, and especially vulnerable… Read More »

Spring 2020 Course: EAD 991B, Scholarly Communications in the Digital Age

Scholarly Communications in the Digital Age An Online Seminar Spring 2020 Instructor: Steven Weiland, Professor, Educational Administration Scholarly Communications in the Digital Age (EAD 991B) is an online seminar for graduate students interested in the impact of technology on research, writing, publication, and academic career development. The course is offered as part of the PhD… Read More »

EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education

EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education

EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education HALE South Korea Global Higher Education Class South Korea is considered a great economic and cultural power. The country benefits from a highly skilled workforce and is among the most highly educated countries in the world, with one of the highest percentages of its citizens holding a tertiary education… Read More »

Spring 2020 Course: TE 961 Urban Education, Politics, & Social Reform

Tuesdays 12:40-3:30 PMInstructor: Dr. Alyssa Hadley Dunn This course explores the various incantations of education “reform” over the past several decades, including competing definitions of “reform,” disparate political ideologies that intersect with debates about schooling, and the effects of these reforms on urban schools and communities. At the heart of this course is an exploration… Read More »

2019-2020 Education Policy Courses

2019-2020 Education Policy CoursesThe Education Policy program faculty are pleased to announce the following courses. Interested students in other programs are welcome to enroll in these courses. FALL 2019 EAD 942: Economics of Education, Tu 9:10-12:00 PM. Prof ChudgarIn this class we critically evaluate how economics as a discipline has influenced education research and policy.… Read More »

Fall 2019 Course Offering: EAD 947 Comparative International Education Policy

EAD947: Comparative International Education Policy, 12:40-3:30pm, Tuesdays in Wells Hall Instructor: Professor Amita Chudgar, This course provides a comprehensive introduction to global education policy actors, spaces and discourses. The course has three core components. First, we critically examine the ways in which national and international actors use their political and financial power, and ability to… Read More »

Event: CIES Preview Sessions

CIES Preview Sessions: New Research in Comparative and International Education Please join us for presentations and discussions of new scholarship in comparative and international education. Colleagues whose work is featured on the program at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society will give presentations on the following topics. There will be time… Read More »

Spring 2019 Course: TE 961 Urban Politics, Education and School Reform

Spring 2019 Course: TE 961 Urban Politics, Education and School Reform

The course will focus on Chicago as a case study of Urban Education Reform. A field experience to Chicago is planned, and tentatively includes meetings with Chicago Public School central office leadership. Register today! Questions? Email Dr. Chezare A. Warren