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Our Kids Forum and UCR
Our Kids Solutions Forum Focuses on Narrowing the Opportunity Gap
Educators, community organizers, researchers, and activists from across the country gathered at UC Riverside from June 21-22 for the Our Kids Solutions Forum, a two-day conference named after the book by Robert Putnam, a renowned author and Harvard University professor of public policy. Putnam’s book, published in 2015, also…
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Arturo Nevárez
Arturo Nevárez Receives Prestigious Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
Arturo Nevárez, a first-generation doctoral candidate in the Graduate School of Education, received the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, which includes $25,000 in graduate funding over one year. The fellowship will allow Nevárez to complete his doctoral degree and provide him with support as he seeks out postdoctoral and…
Read More »aboutArturo Nevárez, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate School of Education, received the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, which includes $25,000 in graduate funding over one year.
Panchito Rueda
Field of Dreams: Former Student Athlete Pursues His Passion for Community and Service
“I am just a kid from Lake Los Angeles that wants to make a change, not just in my community, but in this world,” said first-generation undergraduate student, Francisco “Panchito” J. Ramirez Rueda, who is graduating this year with his B.A. in education and sociology. In August, he heads to the University of Michigan on a full-ride…
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UCR CERG Showcase
UCR Civic Engagement Research Group Co-Hosts Civics Showcase
On May 22, Riverside middle and high school students gathered at Riverside City Hall to present their civic learning projects in front of nearly 200 community members, City councilpersons, RUSD teachers, parents, and fellow peers for the first annual Riverside Unified District Civics Showcase . Students had the opportunity to…
Read More »aboutUndeterred by rain, middle and high school students gathered at Riverside City Hall for a chance to present their projects on civic issues.
UCR Ed Talk Q&A
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…
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Louie Rodriguez presenting at the GSOE 50th Anniversary event
GSOE Faculty Awards and Research
Below is a round-up of recent Graduate School of Education faculty research, awards, and news.   Dean Thomas M. Smith, Associate Dean and Assistant Professor Louie F. Rodriguez, and Professor John S. Levin were honored at this year's AERA in Toronto. Thomas M. Smith, professor and dean of the Graduate School of Education, was…
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Elina Veytsman
Student Round-Up
Congratulations to all our students on your hard work and accomplishments this year! Read about some student highlights below.   Arturo Nevárez, Ph.D. candidate in Education, Society, and Culture, was awarded the 2019 Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. Arturo’s dissertation focuses on the schooling experiences and critical…
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Autism Goes to College
"Autism Goes to College" Documentary Premieres
Though it’s difficult to pinpoint an exact number, a growing number of young people with autism spectrum disorder are choosing to go to college.  Some write about their diagnosis in their college application essays and immediately request services from on-campus disabled student services offices. But many others don’t. They…
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