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See highlights and updates on our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and programs. 


Annual MLK Lecture Centered on Stories of Disabled Teachers {Recording}

The 2024 MLK Jr. Lecture at GSEHD focused on the experiences of disabled teachers and the unique insights they bring to their students.
February 2, 2024

The 2024 MLK Jr. Lecture at GSEHD focused on the experiences of disabled teachers and the unique insights they bring to their students.

Alumnus, Dr. Don Robertson, Appointed Superintendent of VBCPS

January 30, 2024

Dr. Don Robertson (master's, Educational Leadership and Administration) has been appointed as Superintendent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS).

The Role of Education Policy Experts in Shaping the Future of Education

January 25, 2024

Discover how three members of GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development community are working in the field to drive change in education policy.

Student Capt. Catherine Grizzle Selected as Military Mentor for US Senate Youth Program

January 23, 2024

Congratulations to master's student Capt. Catherine Grizzle on being named 1 of 17 Military Mentors for the US Senate Youth Program's Washington Week 2024.

Alumna, Dr. Katherine Steele, Named CEO of the Pat Tillman Foundation

January 22, 2024

GSEHD alumna Dr. Katherine Steele (master’s, Educational Leadership and Administration) has been named CEO of the Pat Tillman Foundation (PTF).

Dr. Goldman and Alumni Published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine

January 12, 2024

Drs. O'Neill, Bhansali, and Goldman published, “'Can you help me think this through?' How pediatric hospitalists learn from informal peer consultation."

Alumnus Mike Henrich Publishes Book: Teacher Boy

January 11, 2024

GSEHD alumnus Mike Henrich (master's, International Education) self published a memoir called Teacher Boy, a #1 new release on Amazon in 3 education categories.

Alumnus Ken Turino Receives New England Museum Association (NEMA) Excellence Award

January 11, 2024

GSEHD alumnus Ken Turino (master's, Museum Education) was honored for his work at Historic New England and how he helped shape the community of museums.

GWTeach Team Awarded NIH Grant in Collaboration with Children's National Hospital

January 11, 2024

The project, entitled "Mentored Experiences to Expand Opportunities for Research version 3.0 (METEORv3)" is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Dr. Nakamura and Student Published, "From Tradition to Transformation: The Social Entrepreneurial Journey of Japanese Women"

January 9, 2024

Dr. Yoshie Nakamura, student Jessica Hinshaw, and colleague published article in the New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development Journal.

Student/Alumna, Nichole Tichy, to Serve on Commission for Rehabilitation Counselor Certification Ethics Committee

January 2, 2024

GSEHD alumna/doctoral candidate Nichole Tichy (master’s, Rehabilitation Counseling) has been selected to serve a three-year term on the CRCC Ethics Committee.

Three Current Trends for Organizational Resilience

December 20, 2023

For organizations and businesses to grow, they must adapt to society's cultural shifts. Learn how leaders are supporting needed changes to ensure resilience.

In Case You Missed It: What Do We Mean By Whiteness?

featuring Dr. R. Tyler Derreth, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Behavior, and Society at Johns Hopkins University
December 20, 2023

If you were unable to join us for the webinar, What Do We Mean by "Whiteness," you can watch the recording of Dr. Derreth's presentation.

Student Co-Wrote Report, "Education Competition Index: Quantifying Competitive Pressure in 125 Largest School Districts"

December 19, 2023

GSEHD master's student Jeanette Luna (Education Policy) co-wrote a report, Education Competition Index, published on the Thomas B. Fordham Institute's website.

Alumna, Dr. Sydney Savion, Named Vanderbilt's Vice Chancellor for People, Culture & Belonging

December 19, 2023

Dr. Sydney Savion (EdD, Human and Organizational Learning) has been named Vanderbilt University's inaugural Vice Chancellor for People, Culture, and Belonging.

Teachers’ Referral Practices: Opportunities for School Counselor Advocacy

GSEHD Community Published Article
December 19, 2023

Dr. Parker, Dr. Ray, alumna Alex Ostrander, and student Emily Decker were published in the Journal of School-Based Counseling Policy and Evaluation.

Doctoral Student, Catherine Wigginton, Published Book

Wigginton's book explores motherhood, friendship and America’s racial reckoning.
December 15, 2023

Wigginton's fiction book, “Rebecca, Not Becky,” is co-authored with Christine Platt and explores motherhood, friendship and America’s racial reckoning.

Dr. Eakle and Doctoral Students Presented Three Papers at AERA

December 11, 2023

Dr. Jonathan Eakle and students in the EdD in Curriculum and Instruction program presented at the 2023 American Educational Research Association Conference.

Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education Administration

November 27, 2023

Our new Social Justice concentration in the Master's of Higher Ed Administration prepares students to advance equity and advocate for marginalized communities.

Dean Feuer Discusses His New Book on 'Trending in Education' Podcast

November 22, 2023

Dean Michael Feuer was a guest on the 'Trending in Education' podcast with Mike Palmer. They discussed his book, Can Schools Save Democracy?