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On Saturday, May 4, 2013, 80 people gathered in the UMass Amherst Marriot Center to celebrate the renaming of the School of Education’s Center for School Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation (CSCORE) in honor faculty emeritus Ronald H. Fredrickson. Ron, his wife Pat, and his daughter Anne were in attendance, along with alumni, graduate students, faculty, administrators, and community educators. Dr.
Professor Sharon Rallis, Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, was an invited Distinguished Seminar Faculty at the David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy Research. The seminar, which originated in 1966 and is sponsored by Divisions A & L of AERA, the University Council of Educational Administration, and Sage Publications, brings together selected doctoral students in educational administration and policy research with noted scholars for two days of generative discussion and mentorship.
The editorship of the Comparative Education Review will be transferred to the School of Education’s Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, as of July 1, 2013 for an initial five-year term. The Comparative Education Review (CER) is the premier journal in the U.S. in the field of comparative and international education and is the official journal of the Comparative and International Education Society. It is a peer-reviewed journal which is published quarterly. The journal was founded in 1956.
Afghan educators visiting UMass plan community college system in their country
mass live.com April 9, 2013
AMHERST – Afghan educators said they prefer to focus on the positive changes they see in their country rather than the negative – such as the attack Saturday that killed six Americans, including Anne Smedinghoff, a 25-year-old U.S. diplomat.
Jennifer Randall, assistant professor, Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, is the School of Education’s 2012-2013 College Outstanding Teaching Award winner. This award recognizes excellence in teaching and honors individual faculty members for their teaching accomplishments.
The third edition of “Teaching Sport Concepts and Skills: A Tactical Games Approach for Ages 7 to 18” co-authored by School of Education Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Linda L. Griffin, and Judith L. Oslin and Stephen A. Mitchell, both of Kent State University, has been published by Human Kinetics.
Mary Andrianopoulos, Communication Disorders, and Mary Lynn Boscardin, chair of the School of Education’s Department of Student Development, were awarded a five-year, $1.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) for training speech language pathologists in the public schools to effectively deliver reliable, evidence-based models of technology. Theirs was one of only nine winning proposals in the national competition.
Christine B. McCormick, Dean, School of Education, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) Organization of Institutional Affiliates (OIA). Her two-year term as member-at-large begins at the conclusion of OIA’s annual meeting in April 2013.
Ash Hartwell (Ed.D. 1973), adjunct professor, School of Education’s Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, and a member of the School’s Center for International Education, was invited by the Graduate School of Education, American University Cairo (AUC), to give a public presentation on the theme “Education for Global Prosperity.”