MEP Research Symposium: Partnering for Progress
MMSD Ricardo Jara, Beth Vaade, Culleen Witthuhn & UW-Madison Katie Eklund, Beth Graue, Eric Grodsky, Katie Ostrander, Bob Mathieu,
CCWT Spring Seminar Series: Participatory Action Research as a Grassroots Challenge
Gary L. Anderson, Professor, Educational Leadership, New York University Steinhardt
Statewide Efforts to Support Student Mental Health in Rural Communities
Rebecca Collins, State Director of Student Services, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
WIES Lecture Featuring Clarissa Thompson
Clarissa Thompson, Associate Professor, Kent State University
The Baltimore Sun, Apr 23
Wisconsin Public Radio, Central Time, Apr 22
WisContext, Apr 18
Medium, Apr 11
"Exploring the Situated and Cultural Aspects of Communication in the Professions: Implications for Teaching, Student Employability, and Equity in Higher Education," Matthew T. Hora , Bailey B. Smolarek, Kelly Norris Martin, Luke Scrivener, American Educational Research Journal, April 9, 2019
Peter Goff, Xin Xie, Minseok Yang, Lena Batt, Lydia Gandy-Fastovich, Yasmin Rodriguez-Escutia, Hyunwoo Yang, and Eunji You, March 2019
Matthew T. Hora, Zi Chen, Emily Parrott, and Pa Her, March 2019
"Final Report of the 2018 AAS Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy Graduate Education," Alexander L. Rudolph*, Gibor Basri , Marcel Agüeros , Ed Bertschinger , Kim Coble , Megan Donahue , Rachel L Ivie , Jackie Monkiewicz , Christine Pfund, Julie Posselt , Angela Speck , Keivan Stassun, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, February 27, 2019.
"The Handbook of Research on Black Males," edited by Theodore S. Ransaw, C.P. Gause and Richard Majors. Includes introduction by Jerlando F.L. Jackson, 2019.
The School of Education’s Bonnie Doren and Andrea Ruppar received a grant of $49,994 from the Spencer Foundation for “Rural Special Educators: Surveying the Landscape, Identifying Inroads” through Feb. 29, 2020.
WCER’s Don Gillian-Daniel and Robin Greenler are leading Wisconsin’s portion of a grant, at $514,71, to create and deliver teaching content in multiple formats to improve how STEM faculty create courses and learning environments welcoming to all students.
Robin Greenler received a $184,498 grant from the National Institutes of Health in a subcontract with prime institution Boston University for “Postdoctoral Pathways Program: Preparing Postdocs for Success along Multiple Career Trajectories” through May 31, 2023.