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At the Comparative School Counseling International Virtual Conference, Ph.D. students Dayana Olavarria and Carol Cohen with Alumna Aysen Kose delivered papers on a panel titled: "When Practice Belies Policy Intent: Cases from Chile, United States, and Turkey." The panel was moderated by Professor Emerita Sharon Rallis. Professor Emeritus Jay Carey served as a discussant.

Professor Theresa Austin was selected by the AERA to participate in several roles: to mentor a new award-winning scholar, chair a session, and co-present with Doctoral Student Emma Britton.

AERA is the premier venue for researchers in Education. Professor Theresa Austin was selected to participate in several roles: to mentor a new award-winning scholar, chair a session, and co-present with Doctoral Student Emma Britton.

Assistant Professor Sade Bonilla and colleagues recently received a 3-year grant from the Institute for Education Science (IES) on "Using Longitudinal Data to Support State Education Policymaking" for $926,761.47. Bonilla is a Co-Principal Investigator for the project, "Analyzing and Understanding the Educational and Economic Impact of Regional Career Pathways," which will examine whether high-quality career pathways are accessible to all students and their impacts on student educational and labor market outcomes.

Nominate senators and officers to the Graduate Student Senate (GSS) for the academic year 2021-2022.

The Graduate School will be covering the costs of regalia including PhD hoods and domestic shipping.

Congratulations to Dr. Ezekiel Kimball and Dr. Ryan Wells, co-directors of the Center for Student Success Research, who have been named as the new co-editors of the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability.

Senior Lecturer Beverley Bell has published a chapter in "Leadership for Change: Developing transformational student leaders through global learning spaces."

The Center for International Education (CIE) continues supporting graduate students and congratulates new awardees in Spring 2021 semester! 

Emma Britton has recently published an article in the Journal of Second Language Writing and a chapter in Language Learning in Anglophone Countries.

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