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GSOE Celebrates 50 Year Anniversary

On April 11, UCR faculty, students, alumni, staff, and friends gathered at the UCR Barbara & Art Culver Center of the Arts to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Graduate School of Education. Following a reception, guests were treated to a series of “Ed Talks,” short, engaging talks from current faculty engaged in research areas...
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Dean Thomas M. Smith Named 2019 AERA Fellow

Smith is one of only 10 scholars nationwide to receive this prestigious honor
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AP Readiness Program Expands to San Bernardino County

A $150,000 grant will enable the University of California, Riverside’s Graduate School of Education to strengthen and grow one of its most successful regional partnerships. Launched in 2016, the UCR AP Readiness program is the product of a collaboration between the university’s Graduate School of Education, or GSOE, and the Riverside County Office of Education,...
By Tess Eyrich | | Research

12th Annual UC SPEDDR Conference

Doctoral students in special education at UCR joined students and professors from eight UC campuses for the 12th annual student-run University of California Collaborative for Research on Special Education, Disabilities, and Developmental Risk (SPEDDR) conference, held at UC-Davis. This conference is one of several activities of the University of California Collaborative for Research on Special...
By GSOE News | | Research

Dr. Margaret Nash's Anthology Introduces New Voices on the History of Women in Higher Education

It’s been over 30 years since historian Barbara Solomon published In the Company of Educated Women: A History of Women and Higher Education , one of the few comprehensive texts that looks at the role of women in higher education. Since then, subsequent accounts of women in higher education have largely been “an ‘add-in’ to...
By Julie Porter | | People, Research

Dr. Jan Blacher's New Research Looks at Stress Levels of Mothers of Children with Autism

Anyone who has ever survived being a teenager should be well aware that parenting a teenager can be no easy feat. But factor in a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or intellectual disability (ID), and you’ll likely have the recipe for a unique set of challenges to the entire family unit. According to autism...
By Tess Eyrich | | Research
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