When Taji Gibson took a class from Associate Professor Janet Decker as part of her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership degree, she didn’t realize one of her assignments would lead to recognition – especially from her first article ever published.
Zayn Karim chose the IU School of Education to pursue a degree in secondary math education because she wanted access to one of the best schools of education in the country while also staying close to her family.
Research into adolescent relationships often focuses on negative influences. Tennisha Riley is looking to change that with a project that examines how Black youth talk about their emotional experiences as a result of racial discrimination with their same-race peers.
A new study led by Tina O’Neal, Clinical Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Instruction, aims to address trauma and race-based traumatic stress by improving the cultural competence of teacher candidates and current teachers.
Dionne Danns, Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, delves into the experiences of over sixty graduates of the class of 1988 in three desegregated Chicago high schools in her newest book, Crossing Segregated Boundaries: Remembering Chicago School Desegregation, to be released on October 16.
His experiences and struggles brought A'Shon Riggins to the IU School of Education, where he has just started in the master's program in Mental Health Counseling, with a goal to obtain his Ph.D. in sports psychology.
Provost Professor Lemuel W. Watson will be stepping down as dean of the IU School of Education to spearhead a major new set of anti-racist initiatives at IU.
Four IU School of Education graduate students have been recognized with awards from the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA). Akua Adjeiwaa Asomani-Adem, Breanya Hogue, Quinton Stroud, and Francesca Williamson were chosen as award recipients for their excellence in service and education.
Being grateful during a pandemic might sound like a challenge. But now more than ever, finding something to be thankful about – no matter how small – can make a difference to your physical and mental health.
Shanalee Gallimore, a third-year doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, has won the John H. Edwards fellowship from the University Graduate School, one of the most distinguished fellowships awarded to graduate students at IU.
Nelson Zounlome, a doctoral candidate in Counseling and Educational Psychology, is a recipient of the Wells Graduate Fellowship, one of the most prestigious fellowships given at IU.
When she’s not teaching in the Instructional Systems Technology Department, Gamze Ozogul serves as an appointed member of the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council as part of a three-year term.
A new study from the IU School of Education has demonstrated that first-year students of color perceive a more positive campus environment when they choose their roommate, as opposed to being matched with a roommate by the institution.