Professor Jim Barber examines the issue of use of space in fraternity houses.
How does England, Scotland, and France in March of 2016 sound? Plan to visit these countries with the School University Research Network.
Designed as in-school field trips, the Alliance’s team of educators recently delivered fun-filled, student-centered STEM-a-thons for four Virginia Beach schools.
At a homecoming weekend symposium, Ted Dintersmith discussed a new look at the way we train our teachers and deliver the education model. A plan to overhaul the educational system in the United States.
Dr. Jake Joseph introduced the exciting world of maker space at a workshop where participants can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials such as 3D printers.
Three doctoral students attended the Institute on Teaching and Mentoring which focuses on providing minority students with information and strategies to pursue graduate studies and succeed as future faculty members.
Faculty, students and members of the community met at the School of Education Oct. 14 to talk about the future of higher education.
Dr. Stephanie Blackmon became the most recent addition to the School of Education’s Higher Education program this fall.
The higher education program sponsored a set of teaching and workshops by visiting scholar Dr. Amanda Irvin, Assistant Director of Faculty Development in the Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence at Texas Christian University.
Coming from a teaching position at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Meredith Kier joined the William & Mary faculty as a science teacher.
a 1999 graduate of William & Mary, Kristin Conradi has come back this time to serve as an Assistant Professor of Reading Education.
The Higher Education Educational Policy: Development and Analysis class traveled to Washington DC to meet with policymakers on Capitol Hill.
Sue ’76 and John ’75 Gerdelman have established the Gerdelman Family Professorship, the first term professorship designated exclusively for School of Education mid-career faculty.
Three exciting programs will be hosted by the School of Education for Homecoming weekend October 23 and 24.
The Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members. This year Jeremy Stoddard was selected as a 2015 Alumni Fellowship Award Recipient.
At the request of the Singapore Academy of Principals Dr. Christopher Gareis traveled to Singapore to work directly with schools here.
Elizabeth Auguste, a Ph.D. student in the Curriculum Leadership emphasis area, has been selected to participate in the Jackson Scholar’s program.
The School of Education received a $5.6 million commitment to support the study of teaching, teacher preparation and special education
The STEM Education Alliance completed a full summer of STEM Academies. These academies are designed to allow middle school students to develop teamwork, problem solving skills and increased content knowledge in math, science and engineering.
Housed in the New Leaf Clinic: In 2014-15 Six Sessions Program served 59 clients, Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) saw 60 students and Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) saw 215 students.
Camp Launch is hosted by the Center for Gifted Education offering an annual residential summer program for high ability, low income students.
House of Delegates, Brenda Pogge,(R96th) and Monty Mason, (D-93rd,)visited the Virginia Initiative for Science Teaching and Achievement (VISTA) camp at W&M.
A group of graduate students with the William & Mary School of Education recently traveled to South Africa to learn about higher education and counseling in the country as it continues to evolve 21 years following the end of apartheid.
A new fully-online course offered this summer via partnership between The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the College of William & Mary will provide an introduction to using museum exhibits in the classroom as an effective interdisciplinary and interactive learning strategy.
Dr. Spencer G. Niles, now serving as the dean of the School of Education at William & Mary, Dean Niles is known internationally as a leader in the counseling profession.
Eddie R. Cole has been selected to receive a 2015-2016 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, one of the most prestigious early-career research awards for education researchers.
Four William & Mary graduate students in the School of Education were recently selected for fellowship programs with the NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors.
Dean Spencer G. Niles was named to the list of 30 Most Influential Deans of Education in the U.S.
The annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2015 Professor Megan Tschannen-Moran received the Division A 2015 Excellence in Research Award.
College of William & Mary School of Education students who are members of the Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA) joined the “Put Kids First” rally in Richmond.
Professor Megan Tschannen-Moran has been named one of the 2015 Plumeri Award recipients at William & Mary.
Five teacher candidates were selected for and attended the twelfth Annual Teachers of Promise Institute.
Camp Launch, a summer camp for gifted middle-school students from low-income backgrounds that is operated by the Center for Gifted Education (CFGE) at William & Mary’s School of Education, has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
Dr. Patricia A. Popp was a recipient of the National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (NAFEPA) State Leadership Award, representing the State of Virginia.
In this year’s survey William & Mary’s School of Education ranked 46th, tied with George Mason, Lehigh and Texas A&M-College Station.
Professor Gail McEachron is the recipient of the 2015 Phi Beta Kappa, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Jingzhu Zhang, doctoral candidate at the School of Education, is the Project Director of the Virtual Conversation Partner Program. A native of China and special education teacher by training, she appreciates the challenges of pursuing higher education in a foreign language.
The Higher Education Program hosted Irish Higher Education Policy Specialist, Ellen Hazelkorn during a week-long visit to William and Mary.
Paige Tucker, a doctoral student in the Curriculum Leadership program, has been invited by Dr. Steve Staples, Superintendent of Public Instruction, to serve on the State Superintendent's Teacher Advisory Committee.
Education Policy Planning and Leadership students, alumni, and faculty present at the 2015 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy.
Three Holmes Scholar students, Pamela Harris, Marquita Hockaday, and Sharon Kim participated in the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) conference. Each student presented posters on original research at the conference.
An interview with Professor Rick Gressard was part of the cover story entitled Hidden in Plain Sight by Laurie Meyers of February’s issue of Counseling Today and CT Online.
At the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), Dr. Tracy L. Cross, led the conference as President of NAGC. Dr. Kimberley L. Chandler, serves on the NAGC Board of Directors and was the recipient of the 2014 NAGC Early Leader Award.
William and Mary’s School of Education was well-represented at the 2014 ASHE annual conference held in Washington D.C. The William & Mary representatives including faculty, students, and alumni presented 16 papers at the conference.