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Wed
Oct
11
UW-Madison's Ellie Bruecker authored a policy memo analyzing the fiscal effects of Wisconsin's expanded statewide Parental Choice Program, describing how the voucher program impacts school districts across the state. Bruecker is a Ph.D. student with the School of Education's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. Her analysis finds that while the fiscal effects of the program on public school districts are still relatively small, they are likely to grow over time.
Wed
Oct
11
UW-Madison's Jerlando Jackson will give a talk on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at the College of William & Mary as part of the institution's Diversity Lecture Series. The talk is titled, "Diversity Prism Imperative: Advancing Organizational Ownership of Disparities in Higher Education." In the talk, Jackson will discuss his new working concept of Diversity Prism Imperative in relation to the changing landscape of student bodies, faculty and staff at colleges and universities in the United States growing more diverse.
Wed
Oct
11
UW-Madison's Arts Institute is currently seeking applications and nominations for the 2018 Awards in the Creative Arts. Each spring, the Institute provides research support to faculty, staff, and students in the arts, recognizes achievements and professional service, and supports future creative endeavors and research. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, Nov. 1.
Tue
Oct
10
Governments and higher education institutions are rushing into the internship game, enthusiastically cheerleading the concept. On the surface, work-based learning appears to be beneficial for everyone. Employers get an inexpensive extra hand who could later become a new hire, students acquire valuable, real-world experience while still in school and educators enhance a student’s classroom knowledge with hands-on learning. But Matt Hora says it's time to take a step back and take a closer look at what we start mandating for students.
Mon
Oct
09
The Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE) is excited to announce the launch of its first regular blog series, titled “This Just Published.” Each month, “This Just Published” will showcase and summarize a selection of recently published, peer-reviewed journal articles threaded by a common theme in higher education. The first post is focused on LGBTQ+ issues.
Mon
Oct
09
Carla Austin was recently featured by Dallas Doing Good for her career serving children as an occupational therapist and her volunteer work at Chase's Place. Austin is a member of the UW-Madison School of Education’s Board of Visitors. She graduated from UW-Madison with a bachelor's degree in occupational therapy. UW-Madison's OT program is housed within the School of Education's Department of Kinesiology.
Mon
Oct
09
UW-Madison's Laura Minero has been awarded the 2017 Alix Olson Award for the Promotion of a Tolerant and Just Community. Minero is a Ph.D. student with the School of Education’s Department of Counseling Psychology.
Fri
Oct
06
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings for the first time rated the globe’s leading universities for an education degree, and UW-Madison is among the very best at No. 6. According to an article accompanying the release of the rankings: “An education degree can open the doors to a career working and teaching in schools as well as carrying out research into how we learn. Times Higher Education has ranked the 100 best universities for education degrees for the first time this year to help you decide on the best university for you.“
Fri
Oct
06
UW-Madison's Xueli Wang, Seo Young Lee and Amy Prevost recently published a report included in the Community College Review's special issue titled "Transfer Matters." The special issue focuses on highlighting new research about transfer students and the community college sector. Wang, Lee and Prevost's study is titled, "The Role of Aspirational Experiences and Behaviors in Cultivating Momentum for Transfer Access in STEM: Variations Across Gender and Race."
Thu
Oct
05
Kristy Kelly is a Wisconsin native and three-time UW-Madison graduate, having earned her bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees here. Now, she's using her training in educational psychology to prepare the next generation of school psychologists to promote good mental health
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