AERA Recognizes Faculty and Students for Research in Education

April 16, 2020

Congratulations to College of Education faculty and graduate students recognized by the American Educational Research Association for their research in technology, leadership, social justice, and educational psychology:

  • Joan Hughes, associate professor, and Yin Hong Cheah, Ph.D. candidate, received the Best Paper Award from AERA from the Special Interest Group, Technology as an Agent of Change for Teaching and Learning, for their paper, “K-12 Teachers’ Technology Adoption to Promote Equitable Learning: A Systematic Review.” 
  • Huriya Jabbar, assistant professor in Educational Leadership and Policy (ELP), has received the Early Career Award from AERA Division L.
  • ELPS’s Angela Valenzuela, professor, has received AERA Division G’s Henry T. Trueba Award for Research Leading to the Transformation of the Social Contexts of Education.
  • Educational Psychology’s Jendayi Dillard has received the Outstanding Graduate Student Research Paper Award from AERA’s Stress, Coping and Resilience SIG.
  • ELP students Eliza Epstein and Olivia Johnson received the 2020 David L. Clark Award from AERA.