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Angela Valenzuela Talks About Her New Anthology on Growing Conscious Teachers in EdWeek
Apr. 03, 2017

Associate Professor Kristin Neff’s Self-Compassion Research Highlighted in Reader’s Digest
Apr. 03, 2017

Watch Assistant Professor Matt Bowers Interview on Today Show’s Baseball and the American Dream segment.
Apr. 03, 2017

A Step in the Right Direction
Mar. 31, 2017
Dr. Johnathan Dingwell is researching interventions utilizing virtual reality simulations that can be implemented to improve balance and walking control in elderly populations. Falls account for 95% of hip fractures, and

Special Education Students’ Performance on BACB Exam Exceeds National Average
Mar. 27, 2017
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board recently published pass-rate data for approved course sequences for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification exam. 82% of first-time test takers who qualified for the exam by completing the Department of Special Education Autism and Developmental Disabilities BCBA course sequence passed the BCBA exam.

Bowers Presents Research on SXSW Panel
Mar. 24, 2017
Dr. Matt Bowers was one of four presenters at the recent SXSW conference in Austin on a panel, Raising the 21st Century Athlete. Together with Christine Bolger, US Olympic Committee; Emmanuel Acho, NFL player and College of Education alumnus; and Tom Farrey, Aspen Institute sports & Society Program, Bowers talked…

Louis Harrison Quoted in Article About Educating Black Males
Mar. 23, 2017

Terrance Green Honored with AERA 2017 Early Career Award
Mar. 20, 2017
Terrrance Green Division A of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) supports educational leadership and has recently named Terrance Green, assistant professor of educational administration, as the 2017 recipient of its prestigious Early Career Award. The award is given to scholars who have made outstanding research contributions to the field…

Richard Reddick: Geert Wilders’ Defeat Doesn’t Spell the End of Populism’s Rise
Mar. 16, 2017
Richard Reddick discusses how a victory for educational policy in Europe should not dispel the possibilities of educational inequality concnering race in other countries, especially the U.S.

To Catch a Shapeshifter
Mar. 13, 2017
New nicotine delivery products change game for those working to lower tobacco use among young.