Students launch Future Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice

Read our interview with President and GSOE graduate student Andrea Carreno Cortez.

How to explain a global health crisis to children with autism

Dr. Katherine Stavropoulos shares tips from research and clinical practice as guidance.

Graduate student scholarship and research round-up

Recent round-up of scholarships, fellowships, and research activities.

GSOE COVID-19 resources & updates

As of March 14, the campus is closed, and GSOE staff and faculty are working remotely. Look here for resources and information for GSOE students, faculty, staff, and partners during this time.

Teacher education scholarship round-up

Congratulations to all our teacher education scholarship recipients! Special Education Scholars In an effort to boost the number of fully credentialed special education teachers in Southern California’s Inland Empire, UCR GSOE recently launched the Special Education Scholars program. Scholars accepted into the program receive “service awards” that cover the cost of their M.Ed. plus special...

GSOE welcomes new director of development

UC Riverside Graduate School of Education welcomes Kelly Kraus-Lee as its new director of development. In this role, Kelly will be working closely with the dean and the faculty of GSOE to advance the fundraising objectives and priorities of the school. “I am excited to join the UCR team as the Graduate School of Education’s...

‘Autism Goes to College’ selected to screen at SXSW EDU

Groundbreaking film, produced by Professor Jan Blacher, follows the college experiences of five Southern California students on the spectrum.
By Tess Eyrich |

Q&A with Eddie Comeaux

Associate Professor Eddie Comeaux served as co-chair of the university-wide task force studying whether to recommend keeping or eliminating standardized tests as a factor in admissions decisions.
By JD Warren |

UCR researchers awarded grant from CA Governor's office

Assistant Professor Kinnari Atit, and project team, receive funding from the Learning Lab for their proposal “Supporting Student Learning about Molecular Structures from Simulations."
By Tess Eyrich |

Mad River: A History of LGBTQ Teachers' Rights

GSOE's "Equity & Justice Series" welcomes Professor Margaret Nash on March 3rd.

Want to make college more equitable? Start with the board.

University governing boards are severely understudied; here’s why that matters, and what Assistant Professor Raquel M. Rall is doing to fix it.
By Tess Eyrich |

Student Spotlight: Kenyon Lee Whitman

For Kenyon Lee Whitman, his research is personal: Kenyon is a former foster youth who, now as a Ph.D. candidate, researches the racialized experiences of foster youth.
By Julie Porter |

Why is everyone in love with Baby Yoda?

Based on her previous research on "Cute Aggression," Assistant Professor Katherine Stavropoulos provides some neuroscientific basis for our collective obsession.
By Julie Porter |

Grades vs. SAT scores: Which is a better predictor of college success?

In a recent Los Angeles Times article, GSOE Professor Eddie Comeaux weighs in about the importance of student and community networks in helping students succeed in college.

Understanding the racialized educational experiences of foster youth

GSOE welcomes Ph.D. candidate Kenyon Lee Whitman as second Equity & Justice Research speaker on Jan. 30.

School psychology program receives 10-year APA reaccreditation

The 10-year accreditation represents the highest number of years for which the American Psychological Association designates that status.

Assistant Professor Soojin Park receives grant to research health disparities among marginalized populations

The seed grant was awarded from The Center for Health Disparities Research at UCR.

New Equity & Justice research series announced

The series will invite equity and justice-focused researchers throughout the year, welcoming Dr. Rita Kohli as the first speaker on Thursday, December 5.

What does it really mean to be a land-grant college?

Professor Margaret Nash is a historian of education. In recent years, she’s shifted her focus to land-grant colleges, which she describes as elements of settler colonialism and agents of American Indian dispossession.
By Tess Eyrich |

GSOE Interim Dean inducted into San Bernardino Alumni Hall of Fame

An Inland Empire native, Dr. Louie Rodríguez began his journey into higher education at the college, where he earned his associate’s degree in 1995.