SOE launches the FIERCE Scholars Program

The new program is designed to prepare current SOE undergraduate students to be community-ready and equity centered after graduation when they can return to contribute to the workforce needs of the IE Inland Empire (IE) area of Southern California.

Meet the SOE Student Ambassadors

SOE Ambassadors support the vision and spirit of SOE by collaborating with faculty and staff to provide engaging, informative, and personalized experiences for the community.

Graduate School of Education changes name

Effective Monday, Sept. 20, the school will officially become the School of Education, or SOE, to reflect the scope of the school’s research, community engagement, and academic programs, specifically the undergraduate degree program.

Connecting classrooms to Congress

GSOE faculty awarded a highly competitive, $2 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to develop and test a new social studies curriculum aimed at boosting civic education in a polarized nation.

GSOE's business operations manager selected for Emerging Leaders Program

Alison Rodriguez was selected for The National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO)'s inaugural program

GSOE Undergraduate Education Awards

Congratulations to Samia Alkam, recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award, and Thomas Cortez, Daisy Gonzalez, and Jason Tse, recipients of the Academic Excellence Award

Professor John Levin retires

Professor John Levin, who joined the Graduate School of Education as endowed chair and professor in 2006, will be retiring

Undergraduate student becomes the teacher with R’Courses

This past year Stephanie Zeng ’22 designed and taught a one-unit course, "Healthy Living as a College Student," to her peers

Assistant Professor Wesley Sims receives funding from the Society for the Study of School Psychology

Sims submitted the proposal "Continued Validation of the Direct Behavior Rating-Classroom Management: A Mini Multi-Trait Multi-Method (MTMM) Study” to the Early Career Research Awards Program

School psychology doctoral student awarded American Psychological Association's Minority Fellowship

The fellowship will provide Tyler Womack with financial support and the opportunity to participate in a paid summer internship

Dr. Raquel Rall on UCR’s Blue, Gold & BLACK (BGB) podcast

UCR’s Blue, Gold & BLACK (BGB) podcast brings students, campus leaders, and community partners together to explore the intersection of being Black and being a UCR Highlander. Listen as Dr. Rall shares her educational journey

GSOE honors local teachers for national Teacher Appreciation Week

Jennifer Covington and Eleanor Holm, third-grade teachers at Seneca Elementary, and Ritta Aros, a math teacher at Slover Mountain High School, receive the inaugural Alumni Excellence in Education Awards
By Julie Porter |

Teacher education program hosts job preparation month

Several students were offered positions at the month’s Teacher Job Fair and Mock Interview, sponsored by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union
By Julie Porter |

AASCU names Interim Dean to its 2021 Millennium Leadership Initiative

Louie Rodríguez among 32 senior-level professionals in higher education selected for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities' 2021 class

Researchers seek input from Inland Empire parents, caregivers of school-age children

Study by GSOE and School of Medicine researchers will examine impacts of remote learning on families with children in grades K-12

Fellowships awarded to two GSOE doctoral students

Patriccia Ordonez-Kim and Corrina Ott are the recipients of the California Teacher Education Research and Improvement Network Fellowship

School psychology doctoral student awarded scholarship

Nina Mandracchia received the 2021 Trainers of School Psychologists Graduate Student Scholarship

Sounding it out

Rollanda O’Connor’s intervention programs have helped schoolchildren learn to read — and understand the U.S. Constitution

GSOE ranked among the best education schools by U.S. News & World Report

GSOE ranks No. 55, jumping 24 spots from the previous year

Professors honored by AERA

Rita Kohli and Uma Jayakumar, both associate professors, will be presented with awards by the American Educational Research Association at the group's April conference
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