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WCER Future Events
To be announced as scheduled, Online or in other formats
ICQE2020-21 | International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020-21 @ICQEConf
Simon Buckingham Shum; Abigail Wooldridge, University of Technology Sydney; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
The Capital Times, Aug 3
WCER Communications, Jul 30
Vanderbilt University, Jul 28
The Capital Times, Jul 28
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jul 24
Channel 7 WSAW TV, Jul 23
"The iAAMCS Ecosystem: Retaining Blacks/African-Americans in CS PhD Programs," Jerlando F.L. Jackson, Jeremy A. M. Waisome and Juan E. Gilbert, presented at RESPECT 2020, the virtual, fifth international conference on Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing and Technology, March 2020.
Peter Goff, Eunji You, Lydia Gandy-Fastovich, Minseok Yang, Lena Batt, Xin Xie, and Hyunwoo Yang, July 2020
"Assessing English Language Proficiency in U.S. K–12 Schools," Chapter 4 "Innovations and challenges in K-12 English language proficiency assessment tasks," p. 55-74; chapter by Alicia Kim, Mark Chapman, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, April, 2020.
"Leveraging Promising Practices: Improving the Recruitment, Hiring, and Retention of Diverse & Inclusive Faculty," ASPIRE Alliance, K. Griffin, J.C. Bennett, & T. York, 2020. CC BY-NC-SA. (Delta Program & CIRTL affiliation)
Minseok Yang, Se Woong Lee, and Peter Goff, May 2020
Jee-Seon Kim has been awarded $55,472 from the Institute of Education Sciences, in a subcontract from the University of Virginia, for “Developing Methodological Foundations for Replication Sciences” through Aug. 31, 2020.
Xueli Wang has received a grant of $158,993 from the National Science Foundation for "Contextualize to Learn: Preparing Faculty Toward Math Contextualization for Student Success in Advanced Technological Education (SUPPLEMENT)" through May 31, 2021.
Peter Wardrip has been awarded $105,322 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, in a subcontract from the University of Buffalo, for “Assessment for Learning in Library Makerspaces” through Sept. 30, 2021.