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Grove publishes article in the Des Moines Register
DeeAnn Grove (Ph.D. '14) published an opinion titled "Clinton wanted to get booed by the NEA" in the Des Moines Register (July 10, 2016).

Grove wins Outstanding Dissertation Award
Congratulations DeeAnn Grove (Ph.D. '14)! The American Educational Research Association, Division L (Educational Policy and Politics) awarded DeeAnn an Honorable Mention (First Runner-Up) for their 2016 Outstanding Dissertation Award.

Grove's dissertation earns award
Congratulations DeeAnn Grove (Ph.D. '14)! The History of Education Society's Claude A. Eggertsen Dissertation Prize Committee recently awarded an honorable mention to DeeAnn for her dissertation entitled, "An Issue of 'Special Opportunity': The Politicization of Education in Presidential Election Campaigns, 1968-2012."

Ogren receives AHI Grant
Congratulations to Associate Professor Chris Ogren (Educational Policy and Leadership Studies) on her Arts & Humanities Initiative Grant from the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development.

International SIG of AERA selects student paper for presentation
"Teacher Collaboration in Asian Schools: Does It Impact Student Performance?" has been selected for presentation by the International Studies (IS) SIG of AERA. Co-authors: Wei-Lin Chen (Schools, Culture, and Society) and Asih Asikin-Garmager (School Curriculum and Assessment Policy).

School District needs a social justice educator
Doctoral candidate DeeAnn Grove (Schools, Culture & Society Program) publishes guest opinion in the Iowa City Press Citizen (10/28/2014).