I am very excited to announce the launch of our recruitment for the Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy research study. I have different recruitment posters where there is more information about criteria and where people can express an interest in participating. We have research therapists in Boulder, Westminster, Denver, Lone Tree, and Parker so feel free […]
Student Committee Minutes, September 2019 In attendance: Heather Johnson (Zoom), Rachel Stein, Antwan Jefferson, Sherry Taylor, Rebecca Schell, Rene Galindo, Lori Ryan (chair, 2019-2020) Reviewed Academic Appeals Processes, Student Committee Appeals https://education.ucdenver.edu/academic-services/student-resources/academic-appeal-process Level 2 Step 7:inquiring into the possibility of slightly re-wording so that it is clear that the charge of the SC […]
Research Development Faculty Seminars Know Your Agency Lunch: Department of Education September 25, 2019 12:00pm – 1:30pm Location: Lawrence St. Center, Rm 600 Faculty Experts: Ritu Chopra, Executive Director, The Paraprofessional Research and Resource Center & Project Director, NxtGEN Teachers, Teacher Quality Partnerships Project; Barbara Seidl, Associate Dean of Teacher Education and Undergraduate Experiences, […]
Congratulations! Promotion to Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Dennis DeBay
Congratulations to Dr. Courtney Vidacovich Donovan who is the co-chair of the AERA Rasch Sig for 2019-21. Rasch is a specific measurement method. Again, congrats Courtney!
Congratulations! Tenure Appointment, Associate Professor, Dr. Cristina Gillanders
Congratulations! Promotion to Full Professor, Dr Geeta Verma
Congratulations to Dr. Ron Tzur on being elected as the 2019-20 Chair of the SIG on Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG (SIG #14). This Special Interest Group plays a very important role in supporting the mission of AERA and enhancing the vitality of the education research community. Congratulations Ron!!
Congratulations to Remi Kalir and his research team on the Marginal Syllabus for winning the 2019 John Lovas Award! The John Lovas Award is given by the journal Kairos to an “outstanding online project devoted to academic pursuits.” Since 2016, the Marginal Syllabus has organized 27 ongoing “annotation conversations” with educators about equity in teaching and learning. […]
The Berlin Prize Application The application period for the Berlin Prize is now open. We will accept applications until Monday, September 23, 2019, at 6 p.m. EST. The American Academy in Berlin seeks to enrich transatlantic dialogue in the arts, humanities, and public policy through the development and communication of projects of the highest scholarly […]