WCER and its projects host dozens of lectures, panel discussions and other events throughout the academic year.
You can view video recordings of these lecture series on our website:
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BioSpace, Aug 22
Business Insider, Aug 22
Milton Courier, Aug 20
Education Dive, Aug 12
Guam Daily Post, Aug 11
WCER Working Paper: Inequality and Opportunity in a Perfect Storm of Graduate Student Debt, Jaymes Pyne and Eric Grodsky, August 2018, updated August 2019
Steven Kimball, Jessica Arrigoni, Herb Heneman, Elisabeth Geraghty, Daniel Marlin, Bradley Carl, Curtis Jones, Elizabeth Cain, Anthony Milanowski, and Katharine Rainey, August 2019
"Reappraising academic and social adversity improves middle school students’ academic achievement, behavior, and well-being," Geoffrey D. Borman, Christopher S. Rozek, Jaymes Pyne, and Paul Hanselman, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, July 2019
Matthew T. Hora, Emily Parrott, and Pa Her, July 2019
Stephen Kilgus, Andy Garbacz and Katie Eklund received a grant of $361,992 from the Department of Education for “Building an Efficient Targeted Intervention for Students At Risk for Internalizing Problems: The Resilience Education Program (REP), through May 30, 2023.
Jeremy Stoddard and David Shaffer were awarded a grant of $392,161 from the Department of Education for “PurpleState 2.0: Investigating the Impact of a Virtual Internship on Argumentative Reading and Writing in Civic Education,” through June 30, 2022.
Matthew Wolfgram, Matthew Hora, Mindi Thompson and Zi Chen received a grant of $970,129 from the National Science Foundation for “The College Internship Study: A Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study Exploring the Impacts of College Internships on Student Outcomes at HBCUs,” through June 30, 2022.