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EOP News

Sun
Aug
25
School of Education welcoming 11 new faculty members in 2013-14
The Art Department leads the way with three new faculty hires coming to campus this academic year in assistant professors Lynda Barry, Jeffrey Clancy and Helen Lee.
Fri
Aug
09
Collaborative exchange project designed to help mobilize research knowledge
Researchers do research. Teachers teach. Administrators administer. It’s easy for everyone to work in silos. But everyone could work smarter by taking advantage of what each has to offer. How to make that happen? Some within WCER and the School of Education are working on a new Collaborative Research Exchange.
Tue
Aug
06
Mathieu appointed interim director of Wisconsin Center for Education Research
Robert Mathieu has been appointed interim director of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER), UW-Madison School of Education Dean Julie Underwood announced Tuesday. He replaces Adam Gamoran, who stepped down after nine years to accept a position as President of the William T. Grant Foundation. Currently, Mathieu is a Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in the Department of Astronomy at UW-Madison.
Thu
Jul
18
Learning Connections now available online
“Playing to learn -– and scoring education points,” is the cover story for the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of the School of Education's alumni magazine. The piece examines the leading role those within the school are playing at the intersection of video games and learning.
Tue
Jun
18
Dean Underwood responds to review of teacher preparation programs
She explains why a national review of teacher preparation programs misses the mark by failing to offer a valid measure of UW-Madison's nationally recognized program and its ongoing commitment to developing high-quality teachers of tomorrow.
Thu
Jun
13
Help Desk moving to MERIT Library on July 1
Currently located in room L107 of the Education Building, the Help Desk will move to the MERIT Library, which is housed on the third floor of the Teacher Education Building.
Tue
Jun
11
State teachers to showcase action research projects on campus June 14
Three cohorts of teachers -– two from rural Wisconsin and one from the Milwaukee area -- have spent much of the 2012-13 academic year engaged in provocative and informative action research projects under the direction of Mark Dziedzic from the School of Education’s Education Outreach and Partnerships Office. The teachers will be sharing their findings from 9 a.m. to noon in room 259 of UW-Madison’s Educational Sciences Building.
Sat
May
18
School of Ed recognizes 2013 master’s and bachelor’s degree graduates
UW-Madison’s School of Education honored its 2013 master’s and bachelor’s degree graduates with a special Spring Commencement Breakfast Reception Saturday morning. Graduates, friends and family took time to pose for pictures during the big event. Check out a photo album from Saturday’s reception by visiting the School of Education’s Facebook page.
Fri
May
17
School of Education honors Spring 2013 Ph.D. and MFA graduates
UW-Madison’s School of Education honored its Spring 2013 Ph.D. and MFA graduates with a special Hooding Ceremony and Reception Friday evening at the Nicholas-Johnson Pavilion adjacent to the Kohl Center. Check out a photo album of the big event by visiting the School of Education’s Facebook page.
Wed
Apr
17
School of Education honoring its distinguished faculty, staff
The School of Education’s sterling reputation is due in large part to the dedication and talents of its faculty and staff, and this event allows the school to recognize some of its most outstanding members.
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