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News & Events Archive

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This archive shows all GSOE News and Events highlighted on the main GSOE website.

April 9, 2011
Best Practices for Creating Safe & Accepting Schools
Former GSOE student receives Presidential Award.

Former GSOE student, Sean Nank, receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

Dr. Michael Orosco answers questions for Education Week Study

Dr. Orosco talks with Education Week regarding RTI and English-language learners.

Maggie Herrera to Retire after 22 Years of Service

Executive Assistant to the Dean, Maggie Herrera has announced her retirement effective June 29, 2010.

GSOE Selected for National Fellowship Honor

The Graduate School of Education at UCR is honored to become one of only 29 campuses around the country eligible to receive WW-RFB Fellows.

1-2 May, 2009
2009 UC LMRI Conference

GSOE is co-sponsoring the University of California Linguistic Minority Research Institute's 2009 conference. This year's conference focus will be on Preparing 'Highly Qualified' Teachers of English Learners. Click here to visit the UC LMRI conference site.

"Autism: The Musical" presented by the UCR SEARCH Center.

November 2nd, 2008, at 4 PM - SEARCH is proud to present "Autism: The Musical" an HBO Documentary Film. Click here for a save the date card.

GSOE announces new Associate Dean

Professor George Marcoulides has agreed to serve as an Associate Dean for the Graduate School of Education.

GSOE announces new Graduate Advisors

Drs. Margaret Nash and John Wills appointed as the Graduate Advisors for the M.A., MED in Special Education/Reading and the Ph.D. programs in the Graduate School of Education for the 2008-2009 year.

Dean releases the results of a survey of student attitudes about graduate study.

Dean Steven Bossert releases the results of a survey of student attitudes about graduate study. Click here to read the Executive Summary and full report

GSOE study finds correlation between student involvement and drop out rates.
Employment opportunities:
Part-time teaching, and teacher supervisor positions available

The Graduate School of Education is proud to offer, part-time teaching positions and teacher supervisor positions.


GSOE study finds that drop out rates are directly connected to how engaged students are with clubs, sports and after-school activities. Click here to read the full story.

Teacher Education Program receives accreditation

The GSOE Teacher Education Program receives five-year accreditation from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Click here to read the full story.

10th Annual Educating the Bilingual Student

This years theme for the 2008 Educating the Bilingual Student Conference is "Focusing on Opportunities to Learn."

C4 Director's Research Highlighted in Hispanic Outlook Publication

Dr. John Levin's book and "The Costs of Education" documentary are highlighted in an article by Frank DiMaria in the Hispanic Outlook Publication.

UCR Teacher Job Fair

UCR Career Center hosts teacher job fair at the University Extension Center between 4 and 7 PM.

Graduate School of Education Student Alumni Reunion

Come join us for a homecoming celebration on the Sproul Hall Lawn on Saturday, February 23, between 2:00-4:00 p.m. for refreshments, fun and an opportunity to reconnect with a favorite faculty member.

Dean’s Statement on Visiting Team’s Report

Read Dean Bossert’s Statement about the Visiting Team’s report and recommendations.

Autism: Searching for the Light
Fall 2007

Parents of autistic children must often weave their way through a longand complex maze to get their children the help they need.

Hammering with a Banana?

Summer science programs by the Copernicus Project offers hands-on experience for scienceteachers and their students.

Robbing Peter to Pay Paul

The documentary "The Costs of Education" looks at the struggles of non-traditional communitycollege students at risk of falling through the cracks. It's a father-son collaboration betweenfilmmaker Jeremy Levin and his father Professor John Levin.

Aspiring Teacher is Rockefeller Scholar

Liberal studies major Cecilia Vu is one of 25 studentsnationwide to receive a Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship for AspiringTeachers of Color for 2007-08. GSOE has participated in the program since 1991.

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