UW-Madison School of Education - In the Media

School of Education "In the Media"

Our programs, students, alumni, faculty and staff are often quoted or featured in local, regional and national media. Read below for what they've had to say...


Wed
Feb
14
UW-Madison's Faisal Abdu'Allah and his latest exhibition was featured in an article from Artimage.org. The article revolves around Abdu'Allah's exhibition "The Duppy Conqueror & Other Works." He tells Artimage that the art showcases his alter-ego named the Duppy Conqueror, who is a spirit that highlights social inequities. “The Duppy Conqueror & Other Works” is on display at Autograph ABP in London until April 14. Abdu’Allah is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Art Department and the faculty director of The Studio, UW-Madison's Creative Arts Community.
Fri
Feb
09
UW-Madison's Matthew Hora's research was included in a recent report from The Chronicle of Higher Education headlined, "Over Time, Humanities Grads Close the Pay Gap with Professional Peers." The Chronicle article discusses research saying humanities majors track closely to other fields in the areas of job security, job location and opportunities for advancement. This report should "contradict the popular narrative about under-employed baristas and the need to redirect students away from these disciplines," Hora ​tells The Chronicle.
Thu
Feb
08
UW-Madison's Amy Bellmore was recently interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio about a study she co-authored about how having a diverse group of peers impacts academic performance. The study, published in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence, examined who sixth-graders chose to sit with at lunch. The study found that the students who sat with peers from other racial or ethnic groups had higher grades.
Fri
Jan
19
UW-Madison's Diana Hess authored a commentary for Education Week that is headlined, "The Problem With Calling Scholars 'Too Political.' " Hess is dean of the School of Education and the Karen A. Falk Distinguished Chair of Education. In the column, Hess writes about the importance of education scholars speaking up and participating in public debates about their issues of expertise. She frames partaking in political debate as a responsibility and a way to give back to the community and the universities that support them.
Thu
Jan
11
The Isthmus newspaper recently put the spotlight on UW-Madison’s Tandem Press, which is about to open its own gallery on Jan. 26. “I sometimes feel that we’re more well-known outside of Madison than we are here,” director Paula Panczenko tells Isthmus. “Unless you have a gallery program, you don’t really build up a profile, because you’re not able to have regularly scheduled events.” The Press talked to its Apex Properties landlords about donating nearby space, and two of Tandem’s board members, Paula and David Kraemer, funded the renovation to create the new gallery, Isthmus explains.
Tue
Jan
09
The Wisconsin State Journal recently put the spotlight on the distinctive and compelling work of UW-Madison’s Gerit Grimm. A show from the German-born artist is currently running at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend through Jan. 14. Grimm is a faculty member with the School of Education’s Art Department, where she heads the ceramics program. Her work is on display in “Gerit Grimm’s Fairytales: In A Time Neither Now Nor Then.”
Mon
Jan
08
Four graduate students from UW-Madison, including the School of Education’s Michael Davis, were recently featured by The Capital Times as part of the newspaper’s annual “Bright Ideas” dispatch. For the fifth year, Cap Times reporters asked several Madisonians to share their "bright ideas" for the new year. UW-Madison graduate students Bakari Wallace, Ife Williams, Ethen Pollard and Davis co-authored a short report headlined, “Research, study and work as radical black scholars.” Davis is a Ph.D. student with the Department of Educational Policy Studies.
Fri
Jan
05
UW-Madison alumnus Sergio Gonzalez is the author of a recently released book titled, “Mexicans in Wisconsin.” Gonzalez received his undergraduate degree from the School of Education and teaching certification in secondary history education in 2010. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recently put the spotlight on the book, noting how it tells a story of “perseverance and struggle, family and faith, stretched across more than 130 years.”
Thu
Jan
04
UW-Madison’s Faisal Abdu’Allah was recently showcased in The Capital Times as part of the newspaper’s annual “Bright Ideas” feature. Abdu'Allah is an associate professor of printmaking with the School of Education’s Art Department and the faculty director of The Studio: Creative Arts Community. This is the fifth year Cap Times reporters have asked several Madisonians to share their "bright ideas" for the new year. Abdu’Allah writes: “I want somebody to sponsor a building that has a gallery space for young people under the age of 18 who can have exhibitions, like a young person’s museum.”
Wed
Jan
03
Madison’s local CBS affiliate, WISC-TV/Ch. 3, recently reported on the World Health Organization’s decision to include “excessive video gaming” in its draft of the 2018 International Classification of Diseases. UW-Madison’s Michael Beall explains to WISC that he believes this classification is a step backward for gaming, which he sees as a positive influence in people's lives. Beall is director of GEAR Learning, an educational gaming development center that is part of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research in the School of Education.
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