Around the College: Dec. 12, 2018

College of Education
December 12, 2018

Laura Bray, assistant professor of education (special education), had her article, "Coteaching in Content Area Classrooms: Lessons and Guiding Questions for Administrators," published in NASSP Bulletin.

— "School Counselors and College Readiness Counseling," a report by Beth H. Gilfillan, a doctoral candidate in counselor education, was quoted in an article published by Inside Higher Ed that discusses addressing economic inequality of college students through counselor training.

Paul Morgan, professor of education (educational theory and policy), was quoted by The Hechinger Report in the article "The debate over students with disabilities, suspensions and race." His research also was referenced in Education Week's article "Race, Not Disability Status, Linked to Increased Suspension Rates."

— Colin Murtha, a senior student in education and public policy who also is a Family Relations captain for THON, was featured in an article published by The Daily Collegian. Murtha created TEENetwork, a new THON initiative that focuses on children and family members between the ages of 13 and 19.

Kelly Rosinger, assistant professor of education (higher education), and colleagues have been awarded a $204,528 grant by the William T. Grant Foundation for their research "Examining the Impact of Variations in Performance-Based Funding Policies on Reducing Inequality in Student Outcomes."

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Last Updated December 12, 2018