A screening of a film on innovation in K-12 education, Most Likely to Succeed, recently took place as an initiative between the Center for Innovation in Learning Design and the Williamsburg-James City County School district in preparation for the unveiling of their new partnership.
Keosha Branch, Brian Kooyman, Clay Martin and Becky Sheffield, all first and second year Ph.D. students, recently took home top honors in the American Counseling Association’s annual Graduate Student Ethics Competition.
The New Horizons and Family Counseling Center has a two-fold mission of offering valuable supervised training to students while extending important services to the community.
The fifth and most recent edition of their top-selling text, Career Development Interventions, by Dr. Spencer G. Niles and co-author Dr. JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey has just been published.
E-Communities is a three-year ITEST grant awarded by National Science Foundation to Dr. Deena Khalil at Howard University’s School of Education and Dr. Meredith Kier at the College of William and Mary’s School of Education.
The 8th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy (CHEP) served as an opportunity for presenters from William and Mary to showcase the latest pedagogical research and instructional practices that promote student learning and improve the quality of higher education.
Makerspace, a place where individuals can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials such as 3D printers was taught at its second event this year.
The State of Higher Education: How Three States are Approaching Higher Education Policy was the subject of a Higher Ed Salon hosted by the Higher Education Program.
Professor Lisa D. Delpit, Felton G. Clark Distinguished Professor of Education at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana will be the invited lecturer March 16 as part of the Hornsby Distinguished Lecture Series.