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Dr. Klasik Delivers Ecology of Education Presentation

Dec 17 - Dr. Daniel Klasik presented the fall 2017 installment of the Ecology of Education series, entitled Moving out to move up: The relationship between geographic mobility, college choice, and economic outcomes. You can watch the recorded video if you missed the event.

GSEHD Doctoral Candidate Mariela Campuzano Publishes Article

Dec 17 - GSEHD doctoral candidate Mariela Campuzano (Human and Organizational Learning) recently published an article with Dr. Julia Storberg-Walker and Dr. Jon Werner, Professor of Management at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. The article, Promoting Your Research on Social Media: Part 1, is part of the Fall 2017 issue of New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development.

Diane Stark Rentner Quoted by Education Week

Dec 17 - Diane Stark Rentner, Deputy Director of GSEHD's Center on Education Policy, was quoted in Education Week's article What's Behind the Record Rises in U.S. Graduation Rates?

Dr. Burley Featured as Guest on Podcast

Dec 17 - Dr. Diana Burley was the featured guest on the Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business. The episode is entitled Why We Need Cybersecurity.(Episode 87).

GSEHD Faculty and Students Present at Conference

Dec 05 - On November 30, Dean Michael Feuer provided opening remarks at the Parthenon-EY Higher Education Forum. Dr. Daniel Klasik presented on a panel entitled, "Factors and forces affecting the promise," along with GSEHD alumna Jaimie Francis (master's higher education administration), Director of Programs and Operations at the Center for Education and Workforce at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

GSEHD Alumnus Dr. Konwerski to Step Down

Dec 05 - GSEHD alumnus Dr. Peter Konwerski (Ed.D., higher education administration) is stepping down from his position as GW Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs. He will remain at GW through the spring 2018.

GSEHD Alumna Julie Lindsay Publishes Article

Dec 05 - GSEHD alumna Julie Lindsay (master's, educational technology leadership) published an article entitled Connecting beyond the Classroom - Move from local to global learning modes in Scan - Journal for Educators.

Dr. Korte Gives Presentation in Minnesota

Dec 05 - Dr. Russell Korte gave a presentation to students and faculty at the Iron Range Engineering program in Virginia, Minnesota. This is an award-winning, project-based learning program that combines practical project experience and professional development embedded within the traditional engineering sciences coursework. The talk was entitled “Starting a new job: The onboarding experiences of new engineers.” The focus was to share the results of an in-depth study of the transition from school to work experiences for engineering graduates. This work directly applies research findings to the professional development of student engineers. Dr. Korte also participated in a design review and observed several student oral exams during his visit.

Dr. Streitwieser Delivers Presentation

Dec 05 - Dr. Bernhard Streitwieser gave a presentation on "Insights from Research on Germany" for the United Nations Institute for Research and Training's (UNITAR) meeting of the University Alliance for Refugees and At-Risk Migrants (UARRM) in New York City at the SUNY Global Center on November 29, 2017.

Dr. Jacobs Presents Recent Research

Dec 05 - Dr. Benjamin M. Jacobs presented his research on several recent scholarly panels: "Jewish Education: Understanding the Past, Re-imagining the Future" at New York University (October 19, 2017); "Remembering Harold Wechsler" and "Cultures and Contexts of American Jewish Education, 1910-2010" at the annual meeting of the History of Education Society in Little Rock, AR (November 2-5, 2017); and "This is What Democracy Looks Like: Civic Education in 2017" and "Teaching and Learning Jewish History in the 21st Century: New Priorities and Opportunities" at the annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies in San Francisco, CA (November 15-16, 2017).