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Evans receives Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Research and Creative Activity

Sep 21, 2014
David R. Evans, professor, Department of Educational Policy Research and Administration, received a 2014 Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Research and Creative Activity from Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy during Faculty Convocation. This Award was created to annually recognize faculty achievements and current campus initiatives that bring national and international renown to the University.
 

Sorcinelli Keynotes Teaching Conference at Fudan University in China

Jul 18, 2014

Mary Deane Sorcinelli, associate provost for faculty development, director of the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development and professor of  educational policy, research and administration, delivered the invited keynote address at the Conference on Innovating Teaching and Learning held May 17-19 at Fudan University in Shanghai.

China’s Ministry of Education has named Fudan University, one of the premier research universities in China, as a national level demonstration site for a new center for faculty development.

Rallis selected to participate in evaluation “thought leaders” initiative

Jun 18, 2014
Sharon F. Rallis, the College of Education’s Dwight W. Allen Distinguished Professor of Education Policy and Reform, was selected to participate in the Building Bridges Initiative organized by the American Evaluation Association’s Evaluation Policy Task Force, in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, to coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the USDOE declaration of Randomized Control Trial (RCT) as the gold standard for evaluation.
 

In Memoriam: Professor Luis Fuentes

May 29, 2014

Professor Luis Fuentes
1928-2014
Rest In Peace

The following was written by Sonia Nieto, Emerita Professor, College of Education.

Marcotte receives College Outstanding Teacher Award 2014

May 22, 2014

Amanda Marcotte, assistant professor, Department of Student Development, received  the 2014 College Outstanding Teacher Award. The College of Education’s Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Linda Griffin, announced the award at the College’s end-of-year meeting in May.

Sara Whitcomb to receive award

May 16, 2014

Sara Whitcomb, assistant professor, Department of Student Development, has been selected to receive the 2014 University of Oregon College of Education’s Horizon Alumni Award. The award is given in recognition of alumni less than 10 year post-graduation who demonstrate a commitment to excellence and a significant or ongoing commitment to extraordinary work, research or volunteerism.

Irizarry selected for Pantoja award

Mar 27, 2014

Associate professor Jason Irizarry, College of Education’s Director of Urban Education, was selected to receive the Antonia Pantoja Award from the Latino Scholarship Association, Holyoke, Mass., and Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts for his leadership in the education of Latino/a youth.

Sullivan and Adrion awarded NSF funds

Mar 26, 2014

Florence Sullivan (TECS) and W. Richards Adrion, Department of Computer Science,were awarded $300,915 by the National Science Foundation to develop and pilot a new research method that combines microgenetic analysis techniques derived from developmental psychology with learning analytic techniques from the field of computer science.

David R. Evans Named Honorary Fellow of Comparative and International Education Society

Mar 17, 2014

David R. Evans, director of the University of Massachusetts Amherst College of Education’s Center for International Education, and professor, Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, was named an Honorary Fellow of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of comparative and international education.

Maloy and computer science faculty research high school STEM participation

Mar 07, 2014

Robert Maloy, senior lecturer, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, and Lynn Stephens, Department of Computer Science, were awarded $424,867 from the National Science Foundation to develop adaptive tutoring technologies to help increase the participation in mathematics of underrepresented populations that often avoid STEM careers.

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