Wisconsin Ideas in Education Lecture Series Featuring Michelene Chi
Michelene Chi, Professor of Science and Teaching, Arizona State University
Wisconsin Ideas in Education Lecture Series Featuring Manya Whitaker
Manya Whitaker, Assistant Professor, Education Department, Colorado College
UW–Madison Education Research Poster Fair
Plan ahead to present at or attend the third annual UW–Madison Education Research Poster Fair, The fair provides an opportunity to learn about the latest in education research.
Wisconsin Ideas in Education Lecture Series Featuring Sarah Powell
Sarah Powell, Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, Universtiy of Texas at Austin
The EvoLLLution, Jan 10
Wallet Hub, Jan 10
The Capital Times, Jan 4
Madison 365, Dec 19
WCER Communications, Dec 9
“Reading Students’ Lives: Literacy Learning Across Time,” Catherine Compton-Lilly, 2017.
“Designing and Assessing Risk-Sharing Models for Federal Student Aid,” Nicholas Hillman, report for WISCAPE, December 2016.
“Rethinking Case Study Research: A Comparative Approach,” Lesley Bartlett and Frances Vavrus, 2016.
“What Style of Leadership Is Best Suited to Direct Organizational Change to Fuel Institutional Diversity in Higher Education?” Ryan Adserias, LaVar Charleston and Jerlando Jackson, Race Ethnicity and Education, December 2016.
“Education Deserts: The Continued Significance of “Place” in the Twenty-First Century,” Nicholas Hillman and Taylor Weichman, report for the American Council on Education, 2016.
Francois Tochon (PI) received $49,292.00 from the Spencer Foundation for the project "Language Education Policy and Identities Inclusion: Cultivating Distinctiveness: A Bi-Continental Conference Plan" through 2017.
John Gugerty (PI) received $18,000 from the Department of Education for the project "External Evaluation of the MSP TEAM Year 3 Project" through 2017.
Robert Mathieu (PI) received $227,847 from the National Science Foundation for the project "Collborative Research: CIRTL INCLUDES - Towards an Alliance to Prepare a National Faculty for Broadening Success of Underrepresented 2-Year and 4-Year STEM Students," through 2018.