America to Me Series Episode 1 | Context Matters: The Permanence of Racism
Students, families, school board members administrators and educators at Oak Park and River Forest High School, This viewing is for WCER faculty, staff and students only.
WCER All-Staff Conference
Speakers to be announced, from WCER and beyond!
Brookings Institution's Brown Center Chalkboard , May 14
Eastside News, May 7
Tameka Porter, H. Gary Cook, and Narek Sahakyan, May 2019
"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
"A Look Inside Online Educational Settings in High School: Promise and Pitfalls for Improving Educational Opportunities and Outcomes," Annalee Good, Emily Cheng, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Jennifer Darling-Aduana, American Educational Research Journal, March 27, 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
David Gagnon received a $403,011 grant from the National Science Foundation in a subcontract with prime institution Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance for “Collaborative Research: STEMPorts: Community Workforce Development through Augmented STEM Learning Experiences” through Sept. 30, 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 $514,711, to create and deliver teaching content in multiple formats to improve how STEM faculty create courses and learning environments welcoming to all students.