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Christopher Brown: We Need to Make Kindergarten Engaging Again

Nov. 27, 2018
Professor Christopher Brown discusses how highly regimented kindergarten is diminishing children's sense of wonder in an op-ed for Psychology Today.

Soyoung Park: Betsy DeVos Attempts to Restore Racial Bias in Special Education

Nov. 16, 2018
In an op-ed for Garnet News, Assistant Professor Soyoung Park discusses the negative ramifications of Betsy DeVos' freeze on Equity in IDEA.

The struggles and strengths of being a first-generation college student

Nov. 8, 2018
You are not an exception to a rule. You have earned this opportunity through your own hard work," says Dean-designate Charles Martinez.

Richard Reddick: Megyn Kelly's problems began long before her 'blackface' comments. Corporate America needs to step up

Oct. 31. 2018
Richard Reddick explains why work environments must be inclusive, equitable, and diverse in an op-ed for CNN Business.

Rebecca Callahan: Immigrants and their children can save our democracy and revive our country; they always have

Oct. 30, 2018
"If American democracy is to survive, it will require the civic and political resuscitation that the children of immigrants have to offer," says Associate Professor Rebecca Callahan in an op-ed for The Hill.

Richard Reddick: Legislative changes aren't keeping pace with societal changes, and that's on voters

Sept. 27, 2018
Associate Professor Richard Reddick explains why its important for everyone to be active in the voting process and power of positive peer pressure in ensuring that those around you are registered and vote.

Kristin Neff: Why Women Need Fierce Self-Compassion

Oct. 17, 2018
In an op-ed for UC Berkeley's Greater Good Magazine, Kristin Neff explains why women need to express both the tender and fierce sides of self-compassion.

Norian Caporale-Berkowitz: How Peer Coaching Can Make Work Less Lonely

Oct. 12, 2018
Counseling psychology doctoral student Norian Caporale-Berkowitz explains how peer coaching can positively impact the workplace.

Huriya Jabbar: Charter schools’ ‘Uberization’ of teaching profession hurts kids too

Oct. 17, 2018
In an op-ed for The Hill, Huriya Jabbar discusses the downfall of increasing charter schools in the United States.

Joshua Childs: Suspension of Black Girls Should Raise Alarm

Oct. 5, 2018
"Schools should do a better job supporting #BlackGirlMagic and recognizing the challenges they face in today’s society," says Assistant Professor Joshua Childs in an op-ed for My San Antonio.