Graduate student selected to join John Smartt Summer Scholars Program

Join us in congratulating UCR graduate student Alexis Weatherspoon for being selected to the John Smartt Summer Scholars Program at The Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions. The internship program is designed to give interested master's students the opportunity to receive professional experience, connect with scholars in the higher education field, and learn fundamental research...
By Chloe Park |

RSVP: Reading “Racial Grammar”: Latinx Students’ Racial Literacy Development to Name and Resist Racism

Join us on March 18 for our next Equity & Social Justice Research Series, featuring doctoral candidate Arturo Nevárez.

Article examines the role professional development plays in supporting Black women educators

Doctoral candidate Tanisha Lisle-Johnson and Dr. Rita Kohli published “Critical Black women educators: Resisting the racial and ideological marginality of K–12 teaching through critical professional development” in Theory Into Practice.
Day of Giving

GSOE round-up

Congratulations to Arturo Nevárez, a doctoral candidate in the Education, Society and Culture program. Nevárez received a two-year fellowship from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity along with a $5000 stipend. In this fellowship, he will collaborate as a co-researcher on a project with a BranchED scholar on transformative scholarship related to diversifying the teaching...

"Examining the Relations Between Spatial Skills, Spatial Anxiety, and K‐12 Teacher Practice"

Dr. Kinnari Atit and doctoral student Kelsey Rocha recently published new research in Mind, Brain, and Education journal.
Research Round Up

GSOE research round-up & highlights

Congratulations to Brian Jones, fifth-year PhD School Psychology candidate. Jones' master's thesis, “Supplemental Reading Interventions Implemented by Paraprofessionals: A Meta-Analysis,” was accepted by Psychology in the Schools for a special issue titled: "Current Status and Future Directions for Training and Supporting Paraprofessionals in Schools." The article has been published online as an early release:
By Julie Porter |

School psychology doctoral student wins Dissertation Award

Ashley Pfenning is the recipient of one of three 2020 Spring Dissertation Awards presented by the Society for the Study of School Psychology.
By Tess Eyrich |

Equity & Justice Research Series

Danielle Mireles, doctoral candidate, presents " 'That's like, a white man's disease': Counternarratives of dis/abled students of Color at four-year campuses" on Friday, May 22.
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