Articles from March 2021

Holly Bonfig-Becker

"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Holly Bonfig-Becker

Happy “Where Do You Work” Wednesday! This week we are highlighting alumna Holly Bonfig-Becker (MA ‘19 Psychological and Quantitative Foundations).
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Degollado receives Postdoctoral Research Scholar/Fellow Excellence Award

College of Education Postdoctoral Research Scholar Enrique “David” Degollado was recently recognized with a Postdoctoral Research Scholar/Fellow Excellence Award 2021.
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Lange receives Graduate Research Excellence Award for equity-focused education

Alex Lange, a graduating doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, researches higher education and transgender students. Lange’s research was recently recognized when they received the Graduate Research Excellence Award for Social Sciences.
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Garringer receives Distinguished Research Administrator Award

Teresa Garringer, the Research Support Manager in the Grant and Research Services Center (GRSC), was recently recognized for her dedication to supporting research when she received the Distinguished Research Administrator Award.
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Broton receives Early Career Scholar of the Year Award

Katharine Broton, an assistant professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs, recently received the Recognizing Research and Innovation Excellence Early Career Scholar of the Year award.
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"Where Do You Work?" Wednesday: Ellie Curtis

Hello Hawkeyes! Happy “Where Do You Work” Wednesday! Meet alumna Ellie Curtis (M.A. ‘17 School Counseling).
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Faculty receive funding from the UI Obermann Center to support virtual guests

The following University of Iowa College of Education faculty received funding from the UI Obermann Center for Advanced Studies to host special virtual guest speakers in their classes during the spring 2021 semester. The UI Obermann Center for Advanced Studies created the Invite-a-Guest-to-Class mini-grants this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and distance learning.
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Armour receives national disability leadership award

University of Iowa College of Education doctoral student Carly D. Armour received the National Disability Leadership Award for her dedication to advocating for individuals with disabilities in higher education.