Alumna Named Chief Program and People Officer at Acelero Learning

Oct 06 - GSEHD alumna Dr. Lydia Carlis (master's, Curriculum and Instruction) has become the new Chief Program and People Officer at Acelero Learning. In this role, Dr. Carlis will lead the organization's programmatic strategy to improve and scale positive outcomes for children and families in early childhood programs across the country.

Alumni Named a Top 100 Global Employee Engagement and Experience Influencers

Oct 06 - GSEHD alumnus Dr. Russell Robinson (Ed.D., Human and Organizational Learning) was named on the 2020 list of "Top 100 Global Employee Engagement and Experience Influencers" by Inspiring Workplaces. Dr. Robinson is the founder of Amplified Research.

Webinar on Virtual Community Resource Mapping

Oct 06 - Matthew Flanagan, Senior Research Associate with the Special Education and Disability Studies Department (SEDS) and doctoral candidate in SEDS, presented a webinar on Virtual Community Resource Mapping for Transition Tennessee. Over 100 teachers and other transition professionals learned how to use online tools to support students with disabilities as they develop skills for success after high school.

October Edition of Design for Online

Oct 06 - Lisa Stehman, Instructional Designer for GSEHD, shared the October edition of the Design for Online newsletter and website. This edition explores the online teaching strategy of maintaining an instructor presence and a technology focus on the synchronous meeting tool Zoom. Resources and support for teaching an online course can also be found in this edition. Also, be sure to check out GSEHD Online Teaching Resources for more information.

“Playing Baroque Lines with Deleuze, Guattari, and Klee in an Art Museum

Oct 06 - Dr. Jonathan Eakle and doctoral student Erin Bailey (Curriculum and Instruction) published an article in Qualitative Inquiry entitled, “Playing Baroque Lines with Deleuze, Guattari, and Klee in an Art Museum.”

A Review of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Impact on Higher Education Law

Sep 30 - Dr. Dwayne Kwaysee Wright discussed the impact of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg on higher education law for a class last week. He highlighted five specific cases in her career. Watch the video here.

GSEHD Welcomes First Cohort of Students to Program in Partnership with Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University

Sep 30 - Dean Michael Feuer, Dr. Colin Green and Sevinj Mammadova welcomed 25 students at the official opening of the Master of Arts in Education and Human Development program at Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University (ASPU). Dr. Jafar Jafarov, Rector of ASPU; Dr. Emin Amrullayev, Minister of Education; Mr. Lee Litzenberger, U.S. Ambassador; and Mr. Elin Suleymanov, Azerbaijan Ambassador, also joined the event. The dual degree program will serve graduate students in Azerbaijan who are planning to enter education leadership roles in organizations such as the Ministry of Education, community-based organizations, or schools. Cohort 1 has participated in a week long intensive academic training, and they will start their academic journey starting October 5th.

Dynamics of Creativity: How Early Drug Discovery Scientists Experience Creativity

Sep 30 - Dr. Kathleen Crowley has been selected by the editorial team of Management Decision as the winner of the 2020 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Management and Governance category for her research "Dynamics of Creativity: How Early Drug Discovery Scientists Experience Creativity".