Articles from July 2020

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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Claire Honsey

Happy “Where Do You Work?” Wednesday, Hawkeyes! This week meet alumna Claire Honsey (B.A. ’18 Elementary Education with endorsements in K-6 Reading and Math). Originally from Davenport, Iowa, Honsey works as a fourth-grade teacher at South Prairie Elementary in Grimes, Iowa where she just completed her first year of teaching. Honsey has worked at South Prairie Elementary for two years, where she...
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Stacy Karam

We hope you are having a great “Where Do You Work?” Wednesday, Hawkeyes! This week meet alumna Stacy Karam (B.A. ’97 Elementary Education with an endorsement in reading). Karam, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has been teaching for 23 years. She works as the Program Manager for the Program for Academic and Creative Talent (P.A.C.T.) at McKinley STEAM Academy in Cedar Rapids. She has been working at...
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Assouline joins five-year National Center for Research on Gifted Education

The Institute of Education Sciences has awarded the next five-year National Center for Research on Gifted Education (NCRGE) to a collaborative team of researchers from universities across the nation, including the University of Iowa.
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In the news: Let Iowa's international students stay here and learn

College of Education Educational Policy and Leadership Studies faculty write an open letter detailing the repercussions of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency’s announcement requiring international students to leave the country if their education is solely online.