Articles from January 2020

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Graduate Student Research Colloquium 2020

Research topics ranging from bilingual education to how English Language Arts’ teachers engage students in racial discourse were explored at this year’s Graduate Student Research Colloquium.
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Mariah Hahn

Guess what day it is…? It’s “Where Do You Work?” Wednesday! This week meet alumna Mariah Hahn (BA’16 Elementary Education with an endorsement in Reading). Hahn is in her first year of teaching at Prairie Heights Elementary in the College Community School District in Cedar Rapids, Iowa as a first-grade teacher. Prior to teaching at Prairie Heights, Hahn taught second grade at Mary Welsh Elementary...
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In the news: Marriage: When the second, third, or fourth time is the charm

Jacob Priest, assistant professor of Couple and Family Therapy in the University of Iowa College of Education was featured in an Iowa Public Radio interview
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In the news: Alejandro Pérez researches bilingualism

Alejandro Pérez, doctorate student in Foreign Language and ESL Education, is one of four University of Iowa College of Education students chosen for the Dare to Discover campaign.
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In the news: Gina Martin improves trauma therapy

Gina Martin, graduate student in Counselor Education and Supervision, is one of four University of Iowa College of Education students chosen for the Dare to Discover campaign.
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In the news: Yareli Mendoza advocates for veterans

Yareli Mendoza, Ph.D. student, Higher Education and Student Affairs is one of four University of Iowa College of Education students chosen for the Dare to Discover campaign.
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In the news: Universities as gateways to stronger democracies

Associate professor in Educational Policy and Leadership studies, Cassie Barnhardt, contributed her expertise on the role of democracy in higher education in Africa. Read more from University World News.

The Counselor's Corner: College and Career Readiness is a life-long process

David Duys, an associate professor in the University of Iowa College of Education's School Counseling Program, discusses how College and Career Readiness, or "CCR," doesn't happen only in high school, but ideally should happen at every level of education as a life-long process.
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In the news: Molly Hall-Martin improves equity in education

Molly Hall-Martin, Ph.D. student, Higher Education and Student Affairs, is one of four University of Iowa College of Education students chosen for the Dare to Discover campaign.