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Local Couple Brings Caring Transitions to Augusta/Aiken Area

Jan 14 - GSEHD alumnus Andy Beard (master's, Museum Education) was highlighted in Benzinga.com's, "Local Couple Brings Caring Transitions to Augusta/Aiken Area."

GSEHD Alumnus chosen to be the next superintendent of Indian Prairie School District 204

Jan 14 - GW alumnus Dr. Adrian Talley (Ed.D., Education Administration and Policy) was chosen to be the next superintendent of Indian Prairie School District 204, near Chicago, Illinois, according to the Chicago Tribune. Dr. Talley has been Executive Director of Student Services at Prince George's County Public Schools for the last five years.

A Qualitative Analysis: Black Male Perceptions of Retention Initiatives at a Rural Predominately White Institution

Jan 14 - GSEHD alumnus Dr. Antonio Ellis (master's, Special Education and Disabilities Studies) co-authored a peer-reviewed article in the Journal of Educational Foundations entitled "A Qualitative Analysis: Black Male Perceptions of Retention Initiatives at a Rural Predominately White Institution."

Operationalizing reflection in experience-based workplace learning: a hybrid approach

Jan 14 - GSEHD Visiting Scholar Dr. Henriette Lundgren co-authored an article entitled, "Operationalizing reflection in experience-based workplace learning: a hybrid approach," which was published in the journal Human Resource Development International.

Move the Crowd with the 5 R’s and Level Up Your Teaching

Jan 14 - Dr. Doran Gresham and GSEHD alumna Dr. Mary Bonnell (Ed.D., Special Education and Disability Studies) presented at OSSE’s Implementation in Action Conference: Transforming School Culture and Climate. The title of their interactive workshop for educators was, “Move the Crowd with the 5 R’s and Level Up Your Teaching.” During this interactive session, teachers practiced ways to increase student thinking and the relevance of lessons while best practices for instruction were modeled and utilized by group participants.

Dr. Howard featured on "Community Watch" on WPFW FM DC

Jan 14 - Dr. Lionel Howard was a guest on David Whettstone's radio show "Community Watch" on WPFW 89.3 FM (in DC), a live broadcast news magazine that engages subjects where race, gender, religion, culture, history and politics intersect. Dr. Howard, along with lead author/researcher, Devin English (Rutgers Univ; GW community/clinical psychology graduate), and two other co-authors (Sharon Lambert, GW; Brendesha Tynes, USC) published an article entitled, "Daily multidimensional racial discrimination among Black U.S. America adolescents" in the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. They joined him for the radio interview to discuss the findings.

Virtual Coaching and Deliberate Practice to Enhance Medical Students' Clinical Reasoning during Oral Case Presentations

Jan 14 - Dr. Mary Ottolini, MEd, Dr. Ellen Goldman, and three other physicians from Children's National Medical Center published an article entitled "Virtual Coaching and Deliberate Practice to Enhance Medical Students' Clinical Reasoning during Oral Case Presentations" in the Journal of the Maine Medical Center.

Dean Michael Feuer listed on the 2020 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Jan 14 - Dean Michael Feuer was listed on the 2020 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, which spotlights 200 scholars who move ideas from academic journals into the national conversation. American Enterprise Institute director of education policy studies and Education Week blogger Frederick M. Hess uses nine metrics to calculate how much university-based academics contributed to public discussions of education.