2019 UW-Madison Education Research Poster Fair
Mariana Castro, UW--Madison Language Development Researcher & Curriculum and Instruction Faculty Associate
Carl A. Grant Scholars Lecture
Jennifer Langer-Osuna, Assistant Professor, Stanford University
WIES Lecture Featuring Dan Maggin
Dan Maggin, Associate Professor of Special Education, University of Illinois-Chicago
CCWT: Managing Transitions from College to Work: The ‘Employability’ and Career Readiness Challenge
Michael Tomlinson, Associate Professor, Southampton Education School, University of Southampton, UK
Carl A Grant Scholars Lecture
Jennifer Morton, Associate Professor, The City College of New York
DPI-ConnectEd, Feb 18
Wisconsin Public Television, Feb 6
Appleton Post Crescent, Feb 1
Wisconsin Public Radio, Jan 24
"The Handbook of Research on Black Males," edited by Theodore S. Ransaw, C.P. Gause and Richard Majors. Includes introduction by Jerlando F.L. Jackson, 2019.
Caktus Group, December 2018
"Reconsidering College Student Employability: A Cultural Analysis of Educator and Employer Conceptions of Workplace Skills," Ross J. Benbow, Matthew T. Hora, Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 88, No. 4, Winter 2018.
Sharon J. Derry, Alan Hackbarth, and Sadhana Puntambekar, December 2018
"Teaching Academics about Microaggressions: A Workshop Model Adaptable to Various Audiences," Eve Fine, Jennifer Sheridan, Christine Fabian Bell, Molly Carnes, Carmen Juniper Neimeko, Manuela Romero, Understanding Interventions Journal, 2018.
Jennifer Asmus and Thomas Kratochwill (co-PIs) were awarded $1,399,428 from the U.S. Department of Education for the project "Response to Intervention and School Teams: Training Pre-service School Psychologists and Special Educators to Be Team Problem Solvers," through 2023.
Donald Gillian-Daniel (PI) leads the project "Collaborative Research: IUSE EHR - Inclusive Learning and Teaching in Undergraduate STEM Instruction," a subcontract of a $562,184 total award to Northwestern University from the National Science Foundation through 2023.
Robert Mathieu (PI), Kitch Barnicle and Donald Gillian-Daniel received a grant of $3,340,893 from the National Science Foundation for “Aspire: The National Alliance for Inclusive and Diverse STEM Faculty” through Aug. 31, 2023.