The Network | Are Public Schools Becoming Constitution-Free Zones?
Justin Driver, Professor, Yale Law School
WIES Lecture | Visualizing Invisibility
Bohyun Yoon, Artist and Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
ITP | The Powerful Impact of Social Norms on Intergroup Attitudes and Behaviors
Marcus Brauer, Professor, UW-Madison Department of Psychology
CCWT | Internships and Vocational Skills Training in China
Jenny Chan, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
ITP | Jeffrey Smith
Jeffrey Smith, Professor, Department of Economics
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin, Nov 18
The Cap Times, Nov 18
Associated Press, Nov 14
WCER Communications, Nov 8
“WEC Evaluation of Wisconsin’s Achievement Gap Reduction Program,” Jed Richardson, Grant Sim, Brie Chapa, Wisconsin DPI, August 2019
"Finding One's Place or Losing the Race? The Consequences of STEM Departure for College Dropout and Degree Completion," You-Geon Lee and Joseph J. Ferrare, The Review of Higher Education, Johns Hopkins University Press, Volume 43, Number 1, Fall 2019
"Inequality and Opportunity in a Perfect Storm of Graduate Student Debt," Jaymes Pyne and Eric Grodsky, Sociology of Education, Sept. 20, 2019
H. Rose Miesner, Elizabeth E. Blair, Chiara C. Packard, Maria Velazquez, Lyn Macgregor, and Eric Grodsky, September 2019
"Cognitive Task Analysis for Implicit Knowledge About Visual Representations With Similarity Learning Methods," Martina A. Rau, Blake Mason, Robert Nowak, Cognitive Science, A Multidisciplinary Journal, August 27, 2019
Christine Pfund has been awarded $1,197,500 by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute for "Optimizing the Mentoring Relationships of Gilliam Fellows and Their Mentors: Phase 2" through August 31, 2024.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $556,754 to Ross Benbow, You-Geon Lee and Matt Hora for their study, “Exploring STEM Career Pathway Persistence Among Student Service Members and Veterans: A Mixed Methods Study of Social Support Networks," through Oct. 31, 2022.
David Gagnon has been awarded $1,276,071 from the National Science Foundation to develop "Collaborative Research: AquaLab 9: An Online Game to Support Science Practice Learning Using Adaptive Learning Progressions," through June. 30, 2023.